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Melissa Rivers joins The Doctors to discuss her new book, "Joan Rivers Confidential," which chronicles the life and times of her late TV and comedy icon mother.
Melissa says of her late mother, "I still hear her voice every day... I miss her every day."
Joan, who passed away 3 years ago following complications from surgery, is also greatly missed by everyone at The Doctors, especially plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon, who appeared numerous times with Joan over the years on the show.
"I had more fun with your mom than any guest on this show. I learned more about TV from her than any person I've done TV with," Dr. Ordon tearfully tells Melissa of her mother.
The late star is being honored in "Joan Rivers Confidential," which Melissa calls a cross between a traditional book and an art book, filled with archival photos from the 1950's to her death in 2014. "It's an amazing history of not just her career, but you realize what a social commentator she was," she shares.
"Joan Rivers Confidential" is available online and wherever books are sold.