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Joan Rivers Remains on Life Support, Daughter Melissa Says

Joan Rivers Remains on Life Support, Daughter Melissa Says

Originally posted 09/02/2014 02:00PM

It's been almost a week since Joan Rivers stopped breathing during a surgical procedure, but her daughter, Melissa, continues to be hopeful about her recovery.

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Joan Rivers's Family: 'We Are Keeping Our Fingers Crossed'

Joan Rivers's Family: 'We Are Keeping Our Fingers Crossed'

Originally posted 08/31/2014 08:10PM

Joan Rivers's loved ones said Sunday that they remain hopeful about her recovery three days after she stopped breathing during a surgical procedure.

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Joan Rivers's Condition 'Remains Serious,' Says Daughter Melissa

Joan Rivers's Condition 'Remains Serious,' Says Daughter Melissa

Originally posted 08/29/2014 04:15PM

Joan Rivers remains in serious condition after she was rushed to a New York hospital Thursday following complications from surgery.

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Star, Joan and Melissa Hit the Red Carpet

Star, Joan and Melissa Hit the Red Carpet

Originally posted 12/08/2004 08:00AM

Newlywed Star Jones Reynolds is set to meet and greet celebs for the E! Network's cameras on Jan. 16 as the host of the two-hour Live From the Red Carpet: The 2005 Golden Globe Awards, the entertainment channel has announced.

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NEWS BRIEFS: Clay's Clothes On Display

Originally posted 02/27/2004 12:00PM

DISPLAYED: Coming in second place isn't so bad if you're Clay Aiken. The runner-up to last season's "American Idol" has seen his career skyrocket since he finished second to Ruben Studdard, and now some of the clothes he wore along the way are becoming historical relics. Aiken donated a white shirt, black pants and a pair of shoes he wore in an early round of "AI" to the North Carolina Museum of History, AP reports. The clothes will go on display March 2 and remain up until Sept. 6, at which time they will become a permanent part of the museum's collection.

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