Joan Rivers, dead at 81, will have the spotlight one final time Sunday.
Rivers died after a week on life support, she went into cardiac arrest during surgery at the Yorkville Endoscopy Clinic. An investigation is underway, but no wrongdoing is suspected.
Her funeral will be held at Temple Emanu-El in New York City.
No word yet if it'll be public, but Rivers made no secret she wanted her funeral to be a huge showbiz affair, with lights, cameras and action!
Rivers will forever be known for her originality, her insulting comedic charm and as a trail blazer for female comedians.
Rivers reached out and grabbed the hearts of millions, subbing for Johnny Carson, joking with celebs on the red carpet and most recently, with fellow critics and "Joan Rangers" on Fashion police.
Heading into town on the Dallas North Tollway is a billboard with a tribute of our own for the late comedian.