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Kathy Griffin

Picture imperfect: Kathy Griffin is back in frame, and ahead of her game

Kathy Griffin the "Laugh Your Head Off World Tour" will be on Saturday, July 28, 2018, at the San Diego Civic Theatre.

 Kathy Griffin has made a career out of making fun of celebrities. Whether these celebrities live in Malibu or the White House is completely up to her pen. But last year a lot of people thought she went too far after she held up a severed and bloody Trump head and broke the internet. The web may still be recovering, and so is she.

Kathy Griffin: 'I am no longer sorry'

The comedian says she is no longer sorry for the stunt she pulled holding up a mock Trump severed head late last May.

Three months ago comedienne Kathy Griffin gave a tearful apology to members of the press after she held up a bloody head in effigy of President Trump the day before. 

Today she rescinded those words.

Kathy Griffin talks to SDGLN about her LGBT award, the community and Gwyneth Paltrow

Kathy Griffin is an LGBT ally who will be honored by the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus on March 12.

It might be said that Kathy Griffin was probably the originator of the modern day tea party. No, not that Tea Party, the one she invited us to, first on her weekly Emmy-winning reality show “My Life on the D-List," then in her stage act where she pours aplenty on Hollywood and its ilk.