Joan Rivers' passing is being felt by many a star who had been on the receiving end of her sharp tongue.
Among the musical artists bidding Joan farewell on Twitter Thursday was Bette Midler, who called her "one of the bravest and funniest of all."
Joan Rivers has died. What a sad ending to a brilliant and tragi-comic life; one of the bravest, and funniest of all.— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) September 4, 2014
Many others shared their photos and memories with Joan, who died Thursday at age 81.
Kelly Osbourne tweeted:
Thank you 4 all your love & support it goes without saying that this is 1 of the worst days of my life! We all must stay strong 4 @MelRivers— Kelly Osbourne (@KellyOsbourne) September 5, 2014
Another one of Joan's "Fashion Police" co-stars George Kotsiopoulos said:
Rest in peace @Joan_Rivers. Thank you for changing my life. I will miss you so much.— George Kotsiopoulos (@GeorgeKotsi) September 4, 2014
Joan was eternally young, hysterically funny and unapologetically glamorous. She was also the… http://t.co/Gdq757dS6S— George Kotsiopoulos (@GeorgeKotsi) September 5, 2014
Pop singer Ariana Grande posted on Instagram, "rip Joan Rivers :'( the MOST fabulous and hilarious. Frankie and I saw her live and met her multiple times together, we loved her so so much. Heartbreaking. Rest in peace Joan, u will be so missed!!"
Adam Lambert called her "a bright light till the end" and Anna Kendrick joked that "being publicly told that [her] dress is hideous will never feel quite as awesome."
Goodbye Joan. You were a bright light till the end. What a beautiful life and grand career you shared… http://t.co/eKMZZtftRJ— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) September 4, 2014
RIP Joan Rivers. Being publicly told that my dress is hideous will never feel quite as awesome. You will be truly missed.— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) September 4, 2014
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