Kathy Griffin has made a career out of mocking other celebrities. She's a comedian that created the Emmy-winning show Kathy Griffin: My...
Andy Cohen: I Did NOT Offer Cocaine to Kathy Griffin!
Kathy Griffin is a comedian, actress, and former reality star. She is also deeply embattled in a scandal that is (at least partially) of her own making.
Over the weekend, she went on the offensive and made a series of accusations -- at one point accusing Andy Cohen of having offered her cocaine, and more than once.
Kathy Griffin Shaved Her Head: Here's Why!
Kathy Griffin has been more than a little controversial over the course of her career, but her most recent move has been something that everyone can support.
The actress and comedian has shaved her head, for a very meaningful reason.
Kathy Griffin: Axed from Ad Campaign! And By CNN!
The fallout has only just begun for Kathy Griffin.
On Tuesday night, the unfunny comedian had the very unfunny idea to share a video in which she pretends to behead the sitting President of the United States.
Kathy Griffin: Under Investigation For Trump Beheading Photo?
Look, we've all enjoyed poking fun at the Day-Glo dictator known as Donald Trump.
There's the tiny hands, the orange skin, the galling disregard for anyone who's not rich, white and male, the mind-boggling incompetence, and of course, the fact that we'll all be wearing big furry hats and reading Tolstoy on the beach this summer.
Melissa Rivers: Kathy Griffin Sh-t on My Mother's Legacy!
Now that the dust has settled from the bizarre Giuliana Rancic-Zendaya debacle, one of the stars who was indirectly involved is speaking out for the first time.
As you may recall, there were concerns that the E! series Fashion Police wouldn't be able to keep up its signature brand of gleefully below-the-belt snark and red carpet fashion commentary following the death of Joan Rivers.
Kathy Griffin: Secretly Fired From Fashion Police?
Yesterday, Kathy Griffin quit Fashion Police and broke the news to fans with a series of tweets explaining that she and the show's producers simply had different ideas about what should be considered acceptable.
Griffin gave the impression that by stepping down, she was standing up for kindness and equality and a world in which differences would be celebrated rather than mocked.