One million, billion points for Gryffindor, Hermoine Granger.
Ch-ch-check out the incredible video (above) and if you want, you can read her entire speech HERE.
The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
"Joan Day" is here.
With that being said, the network cleared up its programming schedule to run a marathon of Fashion Police with Melissa Rivers joining the cast to honor her mother.
In this sneak peek of what's to come, Melissa revealed to the Fashion Police cast how much your mother affected those she made fun of — in a good way!
For example, you wouldn't expect President Barack Obama to pay attention to some of the crude jokes Joan made about him and his lady Mobama, but he did!
He even sent a letter to Melissa after Joan's passing to express his empathy and how Joan made him feel.
It's ridiculously sweet and it definitely makes you stop and think.
Take a look at the sneak peek below and find out what the Prez said about the beloved comedian (below)!
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
This sounds like a ceremony Joan Rivers would DEFINITELY have approved of!
The comedienne’s funeral service was held today in New York City at Temple Emanu-El, and by all accounts, it was perfection!
There were thousands of people outside, paying their respects, and inside, her celeb friends like Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, Barbara Walters, and many others were there. Her fellow Fashion Police critic Kelly Osbourne was in attendance and was very emotional about the sudden passing of her friend. Luckily, she had Rosie O'Donnell there to comfort her.
By all accounts, it was an "astoundingly beautiful ceremony!"
Joan, you are loved and deeply missed!
[Image via WENN.]
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: