Griffin’s top five New Year’s resolutions
Kathy Griffin has pledged to stop yelling at a man who often tries to sell her cold donuts next year.
The 54-year-old funnyman will be hosting CNN’s televised New Year’s Eve countdown with Anderson Cooper in Times Square, New York City for the eighth time on December 31.
And before the ball drops, Kathy shared some of her New Year’s resolutions with the New York Daily News.
“1) I will stop trying to embarrass Anderson Cooper or get him fired live on the air on New Year's Eve. Just kidding,” she wrote in an article published by the outlet on Christmas Eve.
“2) I will stop screaming at the dude at the Donut Pub on 14th if he tries to sell me a cold donut.”
Kathy’s hilarious resolutions list also involves curtailing other obnoxious behaviour.
The redhead joked she’d also stop harassing fast food and construction workers.
“3) I will stop flashing the Halal Guys at 53rd and Sixth for an extra slice of pita bread. 4) I will stop asking the overnight construction workers on the Brooklyn Bridge to ‘keep the noise down a notch’,” she noted.
Kathy’s final pledge may upset a few people.
“5) I will stop throwing hundred dollar bills off the top of the Empire State building. Oh, you guys didn't know I've been doing that?” she mused.
It was recently confirmed Kathy will be replacing late comedienne Joan Rivers on TV show Fashion Police. She’ll join current co-hosts Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne, who will resume their seats on the panel. However George Kotsiopoulos appears to have moved on, with Canadian celebrity stylist Brad Goreski being named as a new addition to the bill.
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