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Saturday, 17 November 2012

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Joan Rivers, without makeup, on her way to buy some bagels, motzo balls, and Mogen David Wine.

LOS ANGELES - Joan Rivers, star of two cable television shows The Fashion Police and Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best, has just been offered a third TV show.

According to Epitome Network spokesperson, Tansinella "Tansi" Wickovich, Rivers, 79, will be hosting a new show developed by the production team that produces The Muffin Makers, The Tamale Wars, and The Real Housewives of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.

Ms. Wickovich said that the name of the game show is So Who Do You Want To Throw Under The Bus?

She stated that the show will deal with well-known Hollywood celebrities who will appear on the show and describe a Tinsel Town celebrity, a sports figure, a singer, a comedian, or a politician that they would love to throw under the bus.

A panel of three audience contestants will then try and guess who the guest celebrity is talking about.

The first one guessing the person's name will then advance to the Put Your Foot Down Round where he or she will then be shown 10 photos of the feet of well-known individuals and for each correct answer the winning contestant will receive $1,000.

If all 10 pairs of feet are correctly identified the contestant will receive $20,000 and the show will directly deposit another $20,000 into the United States Food Stamp Program.

Joan "The Moan," as she is referred to by the First Mama, Michelle Obama, noted that throughout the show she will be tossing out one-liners and hammering the heck out of LaLaLand celebs such as Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Gary Busey, and Bruno Tonioli.

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