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Kathy Griffin's talk show adventure is over -- for now.
The 52-year-old television personality scored her own prime time talk show, "Kathy," in January 2012. On April 6, it was announced that Bravo was putting an end to the stand-up comedian's show.
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Kathy Griffin is looking forward to the 2013 Oscars, saying she hopes it will inspire some juicy material for her Bravo talk show.
The 52-year-old comedienne, who is known for poking fun at Hollywood's elite, made her comments to OTRC.com at HBO's Golden Globes after party on January 13. The 2013 Oscars will take place on February 24.
Kathy Griffin has scored her own prime time talk show on the Bravo network, dubbed "Kathy."
The network announced the new one-hour weekly show at the Television Critics Association Press Tour Saturday. "Kathy" is set to premiere in the spring and will feature the comedienne ranting about headlines and tabloid gossip, "stand-up routines, celebrity interviews and taped segments," according to the Associated Press.
Kathy Griffin, never one to shy away from saying what's on her mind, spoke out about Kim Kardashian's short-lived marriage in her new comedy special.
Griffin's "Tired Hooker" special debuted on Bravo on Tuesday night and she left no insult unturned, calling Kris Humphries the reality star's "special needs boyfriend," mocking the Kardashian sister's voices and reading aloud from Kardashian's letter explaining her divorce to her fans.
Kathy Griffin has spoofed Jim Carrey's recent video that shows him declaring his love for Emma Stone, although her mock object of affection may need his mother's consent to take the comedienne up on her offer.
Check out videos of Kathy Griffin's love confession and her parody clip of Justin Bieber that aired on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" below.
Kathy Griffin, 50, has responded unexpectedly to Sarah Palin's criticism that she is a "has-been" and "a 50-year-old adult bully" in a recent interview.
Griffin's publicist issued a statement to ABC News that in response to Palin's complaints, the reality star would like to invite the politician to her upcoming Broadway show.
Kathy Griffin is set to make her Broadway debut in March to star in a stand-up comedy show called "Kathy Griffin Wants a Tony," which she says may feature jokes about Sarah and Bristol Palin, troubled actress Lindsay Lohan and teen pop star Justin Bieber.
The Emmy-winning comedienne is known for her often risque humor and announced her new show on Thursday, months after her Bravo reality series, "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," ended after six seasons.