Joan Rivers: Expelled from British television
A drastic step has been taken against Joan Rivers, the famous television anchor. According to the source, due to her bitter tongue, she has been expelled from a daytime talk show of British television.
More information about Joan Rivers’ news has been grabbed from various sources. In fact while talking about Russell Crowe as a guest host on the live gab-fest "Loose Women," Rivers has used two expletives. After that she was asked to leave during a commercial break.
On Tuesday seventy five year old Joan Rivers has put forth his views in a statement. Rivers said that she was sorry for the swearing and assumed that a censor would be able to "bleep" the words out.
To all this she chuckled and commented that the entire incident reminded her of her wedding night where she was asked to leave in the middle of that, too.
Born on June 8, 1933, Joan Rivers, whose real name is Joan Sandra Molinsky, is an American comedian, actress, talk-show host and also a business woman. She is highly acclaimed for her impetuous manner and loud, harsh voice with a heavy metropolitan New York accent. To top it all, Joan Rivers is the National Chairwoman of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and is also a board member of God's Love We Deliver. Like the ground-breaking Phyllis Diller, Joan Rivers' act has relied heavily on poking fun at herself.