Kathy Griffin is no stranger to using social media to poke at the Trump family.
The comedian, who is currently on the road for the “Laugh Your Head Off Tour,” did not mince words in calling out the first lady over a Trump administration policy.
What is so derogatory about this word — one that’s deemed so terrible it must be written in this publication as "c***" ?
Tomi Lahren is reacting to a social media firestorm — that includes support from President Trump — by posting sexy selfies after a woman threw a drink at her in a Minneapolis restaurant. The Fox News pundit posted the images on Instagram stories Wednesday, which featured her wearing a hooded onesie with an American flag pattern, reportedly from Target. She also shared an Instagram still with the caption, “Sometimes you rise from the ashes. Other times, you create them. Be the whole fire. Thanks to #TeamTomi and @realdonaldtrump and even a few of my harshest critics for having my back. ...
Candace Owens caused a furor on social media after posing the question about unmarried women without children, citing Sarah Silverman, Kathy Griffin, and Chelsea Handler.
Kathy Griffin wants to help Suzie Hardy, the stylist who accused Ryan Seacrest of sexual misconduct, because no one did the same for her after she faced public backlash for appearing in a photo shoot in which she held a bloodied severed fake head of President Trump. “Hey Suzie Hardy, I will do for you that which no one did for me after May 30,” the 57-year-old comedienne tweeted on Sunday night. “After you were brave enough to speak out I’m happy to offer you a job as my stylist to dress me this week for Jimmy Kimmel and Real Time & I’ll PAY you.
By now, Lisa Bloom's name should be almost as recognizable to you as Angelina Jolie's, as she handles some of entertainment's most high-profile legal cases.
Comedian Kathy Griffin, known for her trademark red hair, shaved her head in support of her sister, who is suffering from cancer.
A massive array of celebrities and notable figures gathered in the ballroom of the Beverly Hilton last evening for the 40th edition of the Pre-GRAMMY Gala & GRAMMY Salute To Industry Icons, held every year by Clive Davis. The ballroom’s table held everyone from Ringo Starr to Nancy Pelosi to Chris Rock to Jane Fonda to Sylvester Stallone to Richard Branson to Caitlyn Jenner, as well as nominees like Meghan Trainor, Diplo, Tori Kelly and Elle King. For GRAMMYs host LL Cool J, the party is part of his tradition in preparing for the big show. “I go to Clive’s party, relax, have fun,” the rapper, wearing an Armani suit, told Yahoo Style about his GRAMMYs prep.
Since Joan Rivers’ passed away, Fashion Police has been grasping at the trains of celebrities’ gowns walking right passed their place on the red carpet, hoping for an angel sent down by the recently deceased host to save the show. First, Kathy Griffin materialized like a divine dirty talking messenger, but after only seven episodes, found a higher purpose in feminism. Now, rumor has it, that Melissa Rivers, who has served as the executive producer on the E! Network former hit, will step out from behind the camera and serve as panel moderator slash celestial savior. This situation then snowballed, with Kelly Osbourne demanding an apology and subsequently quitting.
Kathy Griffin is leaving Fashion Police. “When I chose to step into the shows of my beloved friend Joan Rivers at Fashion Police, I was thrilled to continue her legacy as a woman being brash and eccentric on television,” she wrote.
"Now, before I start making more enemies and burning more bridges, I just want to thank my good friend whom we all miss, Joan Rivers,” Kathy Griffin opened Monday night’s return of Fashion Police saying. “I thought it was weird she had those gloves that remind me of, like, a porn scene, where the guy goes home and there’s the naughty dishwasher and she only has the gloves.” And when she said she made them herself I was like ‘Yea, no shit,’” she said.