'Yes, yes, yes, itís my body': Shock horror as Joan Rivers, 77, poses in leather hot pants
in Go Daddy ad
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 8:08 PM on 7th February 2011
She's a self-confessed plastic surgery addict who obsessively likes to look her best. But Joan Rivers shocked America last night when she appeared in a new ad for Go Daddy in a pair of leather hot pants and low-cut top.
For 77-years-old, Rivers appeared to have the body of a woman half her age - yet she insists that there was no camera trickery involved.
Is that really you? Joan Rivers poses in leather hot pants and a low cut top as she's unveiled as a new Go Daddy Girl in an ad which aired during last night's Super Bowl in the U.S.
How does she do it? The 77-year-old looks surprisingly youthful in the commercial with her body appearing to be that of a woman half her age
'Yes, yes, yes, it's my body in the @GoDaddy ad,' she tweeted soon after the commercial aired during one of the Super Bowl ad breaks in the U.S. last night. 'The New York Knicks canít be the only ones to share in this pleasure.'
Rivers appeared in a commercial for the domain name registry firm which saw long-standing Go Daddy Girl, racing driver Danica Patrick teased viewers as shots of a sexy-looking model were aired. But then the body was revealed to belong to the elderly Rivers.
It's not clear if Rivers is joking about it being her body and many may question whether computer wizardry has played a part in making the acid tongued personality appear so youthful.
In an interview a few years ago, Joan talked of her obsession with surgery saying: 'I believe in plastic surgery.
'Eventually you will look in the mirror and you will know. You will hit 40 and say, ''that isn't quite right''.'
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