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The stars all came out to say goodbye to comedy legend Joan Rivers in NYC earlier today.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Hoda Kotb, Andy Cohen, Whoopi Goldberg, Diane Sawyer, Ozzy Osbourne, Kathy Griffin, Rosie O'Donnell, Donald Trump, Joy Behar, Michael Kors, Alan Cumming, Barbara Walters, Kathie Lee Gifford, Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic were just a few of the celebs at the star-studded service held at Temple Emanu-El on New York's Upper East Side.
Cumming arrived in an over the top stretch limo, while Rancic, who was one of the last to arrive, appeared "exhausted" and was "visibly upset" according to an eyewitness.
The service kicked off with a performance by the New York City Gay Men's Chorus, followed by an emotional performance by Broadway vet Audra McDonald that reportedly left many in tears.
Howard Stern then gave a speech, calling Joan, "the best friend in the world ... a big sister ... a crazy aunt at a bar mitzvah."
"She fought the stereotype that women couldn't be funny," he added.
Joan's friends Maggie Stern and Cindy Adams then each took a turn remembering the comedienne.
Then came Joan's daughter Melissa, who took the time to thank those in attendance, saying the family was "humbled."
After reading a funny letter she had written to her mother when she was alive, she closed her speech saying, "I am grateful for every day Cooper and I have with you."
Cooper is Melissa's son and Joan's only grandchild.
Then, in a moment that surely had Joan smiling up in heaven, Hugh Jackman performed "Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage," according to People.
Then, to finish things off, the Pipes & Drums of the Emerald Society played "New York, New York" as guests left the Temple.
A fitting farewell to an amazing woman.
Reporting by Carly Sitzer