America has not seen the last of Joan Rivers. The comedian, who died last Thursday after complications from throat surgery, was famous for her tireless work ethic, so it’s not surprising some posthumous appearances are left to be released. Donald Trump tweeted last weekend that Rivers would be appearing as a guest advisor on two episodes of the upcoming seventh season of “Celebrity Appearance” on NBC.

Rivers has a history with “Celebrity Apprentice,” appearing on Season 2 as a contestant along with her daughter Melissa. Rivers had an infamous blow up with the cast and producers in a Season 2 episode after her daughter was fired in Episode 9. However, Rivers bounced back from the incident to win Season 2, besting poker player Annie Duke in the last episode.

Trump tweeted the news out Sunday, confirming river’s appearance on Season 7 of “Celebrity Apprentice.” Rivers will appear in the new season as an advisor to Trump, sitting on the opposite side of the boardroom table than she did as a contestant in Season 2.



 The Trump tweet came on the same day as Rivers’ funeral, which Trump also attended. The lavish funeral service featured a eulogy by friend and radio talk show host Howard Stern, as well as a performance of “Quiet, There’s a Lady on Stage” by Hugh Jackman. The funeral was attended by many other celebrities, including Rosie O’Donnell, Whoopi Goldberg, Matthew Broderick, Sarah Jessica Parker, John Waters, Kathy Griffin and more. Trump Tweeted after the ceremony to pay respect to Rivers.



“Celebrity Apprentice” Season 7 will feature Johnny Damon, Ian Ziering, Terrell Owens, Kate Gosselin, and 12 more celebrities. The show is set to premiere this fall, giving fans one more taste of Rivers’ wit and savvy.

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