Well, Dr. Gwen Korovin, is saying she did no such thing at all!
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Aww so sweet!
While we think everyday should be "Joan Day", E! is actually naming this Friday, September 19th after comedienne Joan Rivers!
The network will be clearing its schedule to honor the icon, airing a full marathon of Fashion Police with episodes including her 80th birthday celebration, and even the last episode she ever filmed.
And to really commemorate Joan, Melissa Rivers will be joining the FP co-hosts, Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic, and George Kotsiopoulos, for a 90-minute special, celebrating the incredible life she lived.
Featuring never-before-aired footage, behind-the-scenes clips, among many other memorable moments from the icon, we're sure the TV tribute will touch hearts when it airs later that night.
Plus, what better way to honor Joan than by sharing a laugh over some of her best jokes and red carpet moments???
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When loved ones are lost, it's so hard to carry on with business as usual.
But Joan Rivers' Fashion Police co-host and dear friend Giuliana Rancic was thrown right back into the fashion world only one day after Joan's funeral, as she was set to present her G by Giuliana line as a part of New York Fashion Week.
At the HSN Fall Fashion Lounge event, she dressed respectfully in the color of mourning, wearing all black from neck to toe.
But even though her attire was sombre, Giuliana still managed to break out a smile for photographers and show off some of her wares!
We're sure Joan would be proud of Giuliana for still participating in NYFW even during this difficult time.
Fashion WAS one of Joan Rivers' favorite things to talk about, after all!
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Because it's pretty much exactly what she would have wanted.
Among them were Andy Cohen, Whoopi Goldberg, Howard Stern, Hoda Kotb, Diane Sawyer, Ozzy Osbourne and his daughter Kelly Osbourne, Kathy Griffin, Sarah Jessica Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick, Giuliana Rancic, Alan Cumming, Barbara Walters, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Oz, Kathie Lee Gifford, Donald Trump, Joy Behar, Michael Kors, and of course Rosie O'Donnell.
Like we said, they allllllll came out to remember Joan.
During the service, there were various musical performances to pay tribute to Joan.
The funeral began
Joan Rivers basically was the Fashion Police.
She created asking who was wearing what and critiquing it down to every little detail.
So when she passed yesterday at the age of 81, it came as no surprise that fans are now wondering what will become of the show she helmed, E!'s Fashion Police.
While she hosted with a panel that includes Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, and George Kotsiopoulos, we can't imagine watching Fashion Police and not seeing and hearing Joan get all sorts of sassy on celebs and their red carpet disasters.
E! has so far issued two statements commenting that the network and its stars need time to mourn this great loss before deciding what to do with the program she was the face of for so long:
E! News' Jason Kennedy teared up at the statement as he read it on air, saying:
"It is almost impossible to describe how much I adore Joan and how much she has meant to me. She was not only the funniest woman I have ever met, but was incredibly loving, honest, and lived her life with no regrets.
Working with her for the last 13 years has been one of the true joys of my life. She could put a smile on your face instantly, no matter how hard your day was.
My heart goes out to Melissa and Cooper who have lost something that can never be replaced. Their bond was truly one of a kind. They had the greatest mother and grandmother anyone could have ever hoped for.
My life is so much fuller and happier because I got to share it with this beautiful person, a true genius.
I woke up today, unable to grasp what the world will be like without her, and at the same time, feel so privileged to have called her my friend."
Her statement showed just how much love and admiration there was between Joan and Giuliana.
We hope all those close to Joan are able to carry on just as the funny lady would want them to do.