Mexican actress Salma Hayek doesn't think red carpets will ever be the same again now that comedienne Joan Rivers is no more.
The Hayek believes that the 81-year-old will be sorely missed at glamorous events and says that her passing has left a big hole in Hollywood, reports eonline.com.
"She's an icon. It won't be the same without her - red carpets will not be the same without her," said Hayek. Talking about Rivers' "Fashion Police", she added: "She invented a whole way of making fun a little bit of fashion. We're going to miss her."
After suffering a cardiac arrest, the legendary American comedian Joan Rivers died on Thursday in a New York hospital. The comedian and host of E! television's Fashion Police, was admitted on an urgent basis to Mount Sinai Hospital last Thursday after having respiratory problems during throat surgery and she was kept on life support. "It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my mother, Joan Rivers. She passed peacefully at 1.17 p.m. surrounded by family and close friends," Efe quoted Melissa Rivers as saying in a statement.
The legend was buried this weekend and it was a star-studded funeral which Joan wanted.