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Rivers is captured on camera making comments on Baldwin, who recently made headlines because he launched anti-gay slur, using a string of racial and gay epithets.
In a Twitter post, Rivers says that the 'Catching Fire' star fell on her way to collect her Oscar trophy because 'she tripped over her own arrogance.'
The 'Fashion Police' star responds to Paltrow's comment with some stinging choice words of her own that include 'when I put my head up my a**, I look like her.'
The 'Country Strong' female lead also says she doesn't want to go under the knife for now but won't rule out any possibility to do it in the future.
Rivers reveals that the members of her husband's family died in Holocaust, and the joke is her way to make the incident remembered.
The 'Fashion Police' judge pokes fun at Adele's plus size during a chat with David Letterman and upsets Anti-Defamation League for mocking the Jews.
The 'Fashion Police' judge slams the retailer for allegedly banning her new book but her protest is cut short by cops.
The comedian friend of Kelly Osbourne makes Xtina a target of her joke, calling the singer 'fatso' who has 'no-neck look.'
The 'I Hate Everyone, Starting with Me' writer tells Obama to do his 'God-dam*ed duty' instead of spending two years campaigning, and then mocks Romney.
According to local news reports, a stuntman has died on the set of the upcoming action film while shooting an explosion scene in a rubber boat at Ognyanovo dam near Elin Pelin.
Executive producer Shane Brennan confirms that a botched assignment leaves Hetty with no option but to fire one member of her team in an upcoming November episode.
The video highlights the lead character Ted who discovers a world where a lot of Truffula trees grow and a furry little creature called Lorax lives.
It shows Lauren Bennett and Vanessa Curry, along with their four other bandmates, flaunting their bodies in skimpy outfits and striking provocative poses.
In the October 28 episode of the fashion program, the former 'Celebrity Apprentice' star dresses as Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' daughter while her co-hosts transform into their favorite celebrities.
The comedienne says X-Tina 'must have been thinking about food' when singing 'The Star-Spangled Banner', but Stacy Ferguson wisely states mistake happens all the time because 'We're human.'