Veteran comedian Joan Rivers believes it isn’t too soon to joke about Whitney Houston in her grave.
In her book, I Hate Everyone… Starting With Me, which includes a section on travel, Joan Rivers writes: “I hate Houston. It’s crawling with bugs. Oh, wait, that’s Whitney Houston; I’m sorry, my bad.”
Some complained it was too soon, but if you think Joan Rivers is backing off because of a little criticism, she won’t.
A report notes that the 78-year-old Brooklyn native “delivered her A-game for 70 minutes Tuesday night to an estimated crowd of 1,600 at the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts.”
Joan Rivers made fun of Goldie Hawn still thinking she’s a hottie (“Do you believe I have a grownup daughter?” “Yes!”).
Dick Clark not retiring from “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” after suffering a stroke (After mocking Clark’s slurred speech, Joan Rivers said: “Dick. It’s (expletive) March); kids on planes (“Where’s Casey Anthony when you need her?”).
Whitney Houston got it again, (“Can I just mention that Whitney looked fabulous at the Grammys? She was in mahogany from head to toe”) and what would have happened if they had Twitter back in the day (“Hi, This is Joan of Arc. Is it just me or do I smell smoke?” and “It’s Amelia Earhart. Where the (expletive) am I?”)