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Medical Examiner concludes the 'Fashion Police' star died from 'a predictable complication' during a minor throat procedure.
The 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' actress also spoofs 'The Fault in Our Stars' in the second episode of the new 'SNL' season.
Melissa is reportedly going to launch a lawsuit against Yorkville Endoscopy clinic while New York Department of Health is still investigating Joan's death.
The animated image of Rivers is included among a group of people in 'Jewish Heaven' in the closing musical number.
The 'Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List' star is reportedly among male and female comedians considered to replace the late comedienne on the E! show.
The comedian's Facebook account endorses the new gadget despite the fact that she passed away on Thursday, September 4.
The E! show is announced to return next year commencing with Golden Globes coverage on January 12.
Melissa Rivers who is still mourning the loss of her mother will play an important role in deciding whether or not the show will continue without Joan.
Dr. Gwen Korovin debunks rumors that she took selfie when Joan was under anesthesia in the procedure room.
E! will pay tribute to the late comedian by celebrating 'Joan Day' with special programming on Friday, September 19.
The doctor, who reportedly took selfie before performing biopsy on the late comedian, is identified as New York physician Gwen Korovin.
According to a new report, the late comedian's personal doctor took a selfie when she was under anesthesia moments before she went into a cardiac arrest.
Dr. Lawrence Cohen parts ways with the Upper East Side clinic as investigation into the death of the 'Fashion Police' host is still ongoing.
The Wolverine depicter on 'X Men' movies says the late comedian asked him to perform at her funeral ten years ago after watching his performance in 'The Boy From Oz'.
After being reported performing an unplanned biopsy on Joan, Yorkville Endoscopy clinic says in a statement that they have never done 'a biopsy of the vocal cords' on patients at their facility.