Joan Rivers appeared on a Live UK morning show and dropped the F Bomb. It appears that the comedienne who has been in show business for more than half a century doesn't understand the concept of a Live television show.
Watch Joan Rivers pull a Sue Simmons as she uses the f word to describe actor Russell Crowe as "a f@kin' piece of sh@t!". Joan says she was shocked she got kicked off the show for using four letter words to describe the Oscar winning actor and thought there was a delay to bleep out her expletive. Is it possible that Joan Rivers had an ulterior motive to become a youtube celebrity like Bill O'Reilly by letting the curse words fly? Watch the clip to see for yourselves. Joan Rivers isn't worried at all and is laughing after she insults Russell Crowe. Some recent celebrities who have also gained attention for using four letter words. Diane Keaton dropped the F bomb during her appearance on GMA. Jane Fonda also embraced the celebrities cursing on Live TV trend when she used the c word while promoting the vagina monologues.
Joan Rivers has said she was shocked to be kicked off today's edition of ITV1 talkshow Loose Women after she swore live on air - an outburst that prompted almost 50 complaints from shocked daytime viewers.
Rivers, 75, stunned the all-female Loose Women presenting team of Jackie Brambles, Coleen Nolan, Jane McDonald and Carol McGiffin when she described Hollywood actor Russell Crowe as a "fucking shit". The comment prompted 48 complaints, according to an ITV source.
The veteran comedian told MediaGuardian.co.uk it was the first time she had ever been ejected from a TV show and that she only swore because she thought the programme had a time delay on it. "I thought there was a seven-second delay," Rivers told MediaGuardian.co.uk. "They earlier showed a picture of a man with an obvious erection under his coat so I thought it would be all right."
Rivers - who was on the show to promote her West End acting debut in the play Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress by a Life in Progress - was due to return to the show after a commercial break but was instead ejected from the Loose Women studio.
"I have won an Emmy, been nominated for a Tony award, done every show and become an icon and when people ask me what is left in my career I have always said I don't know, but I have never been forcibly thrown out of a TV studio. It is another milestone," she added. source