There's no question this must be excruciatingly difficult on the entire family.
The source said:
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We bet a lot of parents with teens can relate to this story!
In an interview with People Magazine, Melissa Rivers revealed how her 15-year-old son Cooper Endicott is coping with Joan Rivers' death now that he's a full-fledged teenager. Coop was just 13-years-old when his grandmother passed away in 2014 from a surgery gone wrong.
For those who don't know, the teen was especially close to his beloved grandma. The boy even lived with Ms. Rivers for an extended period of time after M.R. divorced his father John Endicott in 2003.
Now that C.E. is a little bit older, his momma reveals he's handling the comedienne's death as any typical teenager would:
"He misses her, but he has moved into the typical teenage phase of pulling it out as a weapon."
A "weapon"? Sounds interesting…
The 48-year-old went on to explain that Cooper will try to use the sad situation to his advantage, saying:
The 48-year-old decided to sue the clinic back in January of 2015 after it was revealed Joan Rivers' death could have been avoided had it not been for the improper procedure during the comedienne's routine throat operation.
TMZ has revealed the lawsuit was settled on Thursday, and while the amount was undisclosed, a source dished that it is eight figures!
The Fashion Police cohost has since spoken out, sharing in a post on Twitter:
It's no question that Amy Schumer is currently Hollywood's "It Girl".
After raking in hundreds of millions of dollars with her blockbuster film Trainwreck, snagging an Emmy award for her show Inside Amy Schumer, and building an A-list squad with Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, it seems like there's nothing Miz Schumer can't do. However, despite her new found fame, the blonde beauty is still trying to navigate through the waters of Tinseltown.
In a recent sit down with Vanity Fair, Amy opened up about her longtime besties, the media's fixation on her relationship, and her recent dedication to advocating for gun control. Oh man!
Ch-ch-check out the highlights from her sit down with magazine for yourself (below)!
Joan Rivers may no longer be with us, but it seems like E!'s Fashion Police still has a LOT of bite!
Here's what the celebrity momager had to say:
What chic news!
E! announced on Thursday that the comedian has been upgraded to special co-host for the 2016 awards season!
Margaret shared an adorable statement in response to the news — and a sweet thank you to the late Joan Rivers, saying:
This is so spot on!
The late Fashion Police star appears briefly as a character in the upcoming film Joy, and she's played by none other than her daughter, Melissa Rivers!
When it came time to cast, director David O. Russell came up with the brilliant idea for Melissa to play her late mom in the movie!
The daughter of the legendary comedienne revealed to People that:
The passings of big stars like Joan Rivers and Leonard Nimoy made 2015 a tough year for loss.
Among the stars that were omitted from the segment — Yvonne Craig, who played Batgirl in the 1960s Batman TV show died in August at the age of 78 and pro-wrestling icon "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, who died in July at 61.
Suzanne Crough, who played Tracy Partridge on The Partridge Family passed in April. Sawyer Sweeten, who played Geoffrey Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, tragically took his own life in April.
Other stars left out of the obituary segment were Saturday Night Live alum George Coe, Seinfeld star Daniel von Bargen, acting legend Christopher Lee, and American Horror Story: Freak Show actor Ben Woolf — who died in February after being hit by a car.
Even though these actors weren't included in the segment, they still all left their marks in television history!
What did YOU think of the 2015 Emmys In Memoriam segment?