Stars have paid tribute to comedian Joan Rivers, who died yesterday aged 81.
Kelly Osbourne posted this picture of her and Rivers on Twitter and wrote: "My life will never be the same without you!"
A statement from Barbra Streisand said: "I first met Joan Molinsky, that was her real name, when I was 17 years old and we were both in a off, off Broadway show called 'Driftwood.' She was a real character then and now. I am so upset by her passing. She was too young and had too much to do still."
Boy George tweeted this photograph of the pair together and said: "Goodbye my friend Joan Rivers. You were a huge part of my professional life and you brightened up the horizon with your chutzpah! Sad!"
Israeli President even said in a statement: "Joan Rivers brought laughter to millions around the world and was proud of her Jewish heritage and a vocal supporter of the State of Israel. We will miss her deeply and we send our heartfelt condolences to her family."
Elsewhere fans found a way to pay their own tributes to Rivers by laying flowers on her star on Hollywood Walk of Fame.
And comedy venues in California echoed tributes paid to comedian Robin Williams by putting Rivers' up outside.