UPDATE: E! News has learned more details about Joan Rivers' funeral, which featured musical performances, some laughs and other touching tributes.
Joan Rivers, who had said she wanted her memorial to be a "huge showbiz affair," got her star-studded funeral.
Family members and friends flocked to a New York synagogue on Sunday to say their goodbyes and pay their respects to the comedy legend on Sunday in her native New York City. The funeral was also attended by celebrities such as her E! Fashion Police co-stars Giuliana Rancic, George Kotsiopoulos and Kelly Osbourne, Sarah Jessica Parker and husband Matthew Broderick and Judge Judy's Judy Sheindlin.
The comedienne and fashion critic, who hosted E!'s Fashion Police series, died three days earlier at age 81 after suffering complications from throat surgery. Joan is survived by daughter and longtime TV colleague Melissa Rivers, her only child, and 13-year-old grandson, Cooper.
The private, invitation-only funeral took place at Temple Emanu-El in New York City, a Reform Jewish synagogue (pictured below), while hundreds of fans crowded nearby on Fifth Avenue. At the end of the memorial service, mourners followed New York Police Department bagpipers, who performed "New York, New York" and "Give My Regards to Broadway" as they exited the building.