Griffin had hinted at to EW in November.Bravo is saying goodbye to Kathy Griffin’s Life on the D List, but they intend to remain in the Kathy Griffin business. The cable network has announced that the two-time Emmy-winner will perform four new stand-up specials in 2011. Since 2005, Griffin and Bravo had collaborated on eight comedy specials, including last year’s Kathy Griffin: Whores on Crutches. “I went to Bravo and told them I thought I was being a little too nice in my stand up specials. They agreed … and gave me four more. Let the fur fly,” said Griffin in a Bravo statement. The comedy specials, which will air quarterly this year, confirm the end of D List, which
Posted January 5 2011 — 11:32 AM EST
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