Joan Rivers' family are "keeping our fingers crossed" as the comedy legend and "Fashion Police" co-host remained in a New York hospital, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, said Sunday.
Melissa Rivers didn't report any change in her mother's condition in a brief statement, which thanked fans "for your continued love and support." Joan Rivers, 81, was undergoing a procedure on her vocal cords Thursday morning at a clinic when she stopped breathing and was transported to Mount Sinai Hospital. Melissa Rivers and her 13-year-old son, Cooper, immediately flew from Los Angeles to New York City to be with Rivers.
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