But maintaining those curves is not exactly easy. Her diet?
“It’s frustration and starvation,” the comic, 49, told E! News at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards.
“I’m hungry all the time, and I’m cranky,” added Griffin, who donned a gold sparkly Carolina Herrera gown she purchased from a sample sale and Chanel jewelry.
One hot body she has admitted she can never measure up to?
“I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’m never going to be Jennifer Aniston,” she once told Fitness magazine. “I spent too long trying to get a body like Jennifer Aniston. It never worked. I had liposuction, and everything else. Then I realized, oh, what if I just ate better and exercised.”
When this season of Dancing With the Stars ends, viewers won’t have to wait long — or at all — to see their favorite celebrities on the dance floor.
Kathy Griffin will host ABC’s new show Let’s Dance, which premieres immediately after the finale of DWTS on Nov. 23, Usmagazine.com has learned.
On the new show, celebrity contestants will reenact famous routines from past music videos, movies and musicals.
“The competition will be hot — and hilarious — as teams of celebrities pay comedic homage to famous dances while competing for a $250,000 grand prize for their favorite charity,” the show’s site reads. “The show will include single dancers, duos and groups, all competing against each other to wow a panel of judges and viewers across America who will be voting each week leading up to the series finale.”
The two-time Emmy winner, 48, will host the live weekly dance-off that will run for five episodes only.
The panel of judges and celebrity participants will be announced in the next couple of weeks.
Pictured: The Fringe’s Anna Troy (in one of the most beautiful dresses of the night), Jennifer Love Hewitt and boyfriend Jamie Kennedy, Ginnifer Goodwin, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Amy Poehler and husband Will Forte, Kevin Bacon and wife Kyra Sedgwick.
Last night on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” comedian Kathy Griffin joined the late-night host to chat about her autobiography “Official Book Club Selection: A Memoir According to Kathy Griffin” (which she claims is going to “out-sell The Bible”) as well as share a clip of her newest role as “Jon & Kate Plus 8” mother Kate Gosselin.
“It’s like my ‘Malcolm X’,” joked Griffin.
Check out the exclusive trailer to the Jimmy Kimmel Live! biopic “Kate is Enough: The Kate Gosselin Story” in which Kathy stars alongside George Takei as Jon Gosselin.