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Publisher's Summary

The one and only Ms Rivers at her funniest and wittiest. Live at The London Palladium is a great record of one of the truly great female entertainers. Not afraid to be outrageous and catty, she rips in to any number of celebrities and even royalty!

©2005 Joan Rivesr (P)2012 Lark Entertainment

Critic Reviews

"Tactless, tasteless, you can't help but love her." (The Daily Telegraph)
"Ruthless celebrity abuse, mischief making, and outrage." (The Guardian)

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funny as hell

I loved this audible presentation the successfully Joan rivers a legend in the world of comedy

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Funny Lady so Missed

Really miss Ms Rivers irreverent baudy humor! There is no one else like her and this London performance is a great example of what we be missing !

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Not Good.

Would you try another book from Joan Rivers and/or the narrator?

I use to think Joan Rivers was funny, but this was horrible. I couldn't let myself listen to the whole thing. Just terrible.

Would you ever listen to anything by Joan Rivers again?

nope.

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I'm a big fan, and even I yawned

I'm used to loving everything Joan Rivers does. Sorry, not this time.
She just wasn't funny.
particularly the material about her dog Spike I found appalling, and that's a word I never hoped to use to describe anything done by a woman I admire so much.
I know she has aged, but this just never should have been recorded.
Her book, written 7 years later, is 7 times as funny on one page as this entire thing is.

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  • Rachel
  • 03-10-17

Not her best work

I love Joan Rivers, but this one wasn't her finest hour. A bit too erratic and not enough of her usual panache.