CNN drops Griffin after Trump stunt

Posted June 02, 2017

After recognizing how out of line the video was, Kathy issued an apology. Although SE Cupp complained that the comedian's image brought to mind other gruesome events, that is something Cupp needs to deal with in therapy instead of puritanical prose created to promote her prime time show.

He also made is clear that no one was defending Griffin's image.

Kathy Griffin has apologized for going "way too far" on a performance art project, where she held a model of a bloody, decapitated head, created to look like President Trump.

Yahoo Style also wrote that the Tyler Shields/Kathy Griffin collaboration added to Tyler's reputation as the "bad boy of photography" and someone who doesn't shy away from controversial content. Shields was not available to comment when pressed by the publication for his take on the Griffin photo shoot, but Yahoo Style quoted the photographer's comment to the Dallas Observer in January about his sense of humor and the lines people feel it crosses. I'm a comic. I crossed the line. Then Griffin started getting cold feet, sending out this tweet: "Obviously, I do not condone any violence".

"Kathy Griffin should be ashamed of herself. The comedians are the last voice of truth in this whole thing".

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In a music video, Snoop Dogg shot a Trump-look-alike clown with a toy gun that released a flag that said "bang". "But I've taken up golf anyway".

Griffin has apologized for the photo and photographer Tyler Shields, who took the shots, spoke to paparazzi as he loaded his vehicle with groceries.

That brazen attitude accompanied numerous personal and professional spats Griffin has incited with her foul-mouth and propensity for insult.

CNN on Wednesday fired comedian Kathy Griffin from its annual New Year's Eve broadcast after she drew strong criticism for posing in photographs holding up a likeness of a bloody, severed head resembling US President Donald Trump.

Griffin breached her contract in 2009 with the f-bomb incident while talking about a 6-year-old boy in the news.

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"The only thing is, you make art, you got to stand by it", he said.

But Griffin turned the reprimand into a joke, nicknaming the segment "Yank-watch 2011".

"CNN has terminated our agreement with Kathy Griffin to appear on our New Year's Eve programme", the network's communications division announced. "It's up to you, America".

It's only been recently that our President Donald Trump was recorded saying something on a bus that was vile and ignorant about grabbing women in a certain offensive way.

Dave Berg, author of Behind the Curtain: An Insider's View of Jay Leno's Tonight Show, co-produced the show for 18 years.

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Griffin's Hollywood path began right after high school, when she convinced her parents to move from their Chicago suburb to Los Angeles and live with her in a two-bedroom apartment while she tried to find work.