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Kathy Griffin swipes at CNN, Andy Cohen ahead of New Year’s coverage

Kathy Griffin posed for shots with CNN and Andy Cohen ahead of the network’s New Year’s Eve broadcast on Saturday.

“I can’t wait to see Miley and Dory tonight,” said the comedian, who was famously fired from his annual New Year’s co-host gig with then-friend Anderson Cooper on NBC’s Cyrus and Dolly Parton wrote on Instagram, referring to competing New Year’s shows.

Griffin was removed from the show before New Years 2017 after posting a graphic and controversial image depicting the liberal cartoon holding what appears to be the decapitated head of then-President Trump. it was done.

She also shared a video from 2017 in which a TMZ reporter conducted a bizarre interview with Cohen in which the “Watch What Happens” host repeatedly didn’t know who she was.

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Andy Cohen replaced Kathy Griffin, co-host of CNN's New Year's Eve coverage in 2017.

Andy Cohen replaced Kathy Griffin, co-host of CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage in 2017.
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Hmm. Every year someone sends me this clip on New Year’s Eve,” Griffin wrote on Instagram. He decided whether to work for Bravo. Can you imagine your ex-boss looking like this on TMZ? Ouch! ”

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Cohen told People magazine that he treated her like a “dog” as a Bravo executive when Griffin showed him “Kathy” and “My Life on the D-List” in 2019. denied the allegations.

Kathy Griffin was fired from co-hosting CNN's New Year's Eve coverage with Anderson Cooper in 2017.

Kathy Griffin was fired from co-hosting CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage with Anderson Cooper in 2017.
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The comedian also suggested that the network’s decision to keep Cohen in place this year was unfair after drunkenly lashing out at then-New York City Mayors Bill de Blasio and Ryan Seacrest in light of Cohen’s firing. .