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How Kathy Griffin Sold Out Carnegie Hall As A “Blacklisted” Performer

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How Kathy Griffin Sold Out Carnegie Hall As A “Blacklisted” Performer

How Kathy Griffin Sold Out Carnegie Hall As A “Blacklisted” Performer

Even after being blacklisted from many comedy clubs and theaters following her controversial photo shoot, Kathy Griffin continues to connect with massive audiences.

She speaks on the importance of learning how to manage yourself in the case that the old system abandons you.

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