Melissa Rivers has said that her late mother Joan Rivers would have enjoyed the fashion aspect of the coronavirus pandemic.
The legendary stand-up comedian died in 2014 at the age of 81 after a routine minor throat procedure went horribly wrong.
Rivers had a notoriously indefatigable spirit and, speaking to the Behind The Velvet Rope podcast, Melissa speculated that she would have found the positive from the sad situation of COVID-19.
"Oh, she would be happy," she revealed. "Think of all - it hides a multitude of flaws.
"She would have been very happy because that meant she only had to do her eye makeup."
Earlier this month Melissa revealed that previously-unreleased material from her mother's stand-up routines will be made available in 2021.