It almost seems like Kathy Griffin’s on the A-list now, with a guest-starring role on “Law & Order SVU,” A-list friends like Cher, Bette and Liza , more award nominations, and the role as host for the Creative Arts Emmy Awards (a.k.a “Schemmy’s”) last year. But just when Kathy’s enjoying her A-List hosting moment she gets back on the D-List by losing in her category. And so begins season six of Bravo’s two-time Emmy winning series, “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D List,” premiering Tuesday, June 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.

Flanked by her curious motley crew of peeps – assistant Tiffany Rinehart, tour manager Tom Vize, and mom Maggie – this season Kathy takes on Washington, DC to campaign to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell;” gallivants in Alaska with Levi Johnston and knocks on Sarah Palin’s door; judges a toddler beauty pageant alongside her mom; and continues to stalk A-Listers from Kristen Chenoweth and Liza Minnelli to Lauren Conrad. And when she’s not doing all of that, Griffin juggles her A-List remodel of her palatial compound in Los Angeles and accepts mid-week gigs at Biloxi’s Beau Rivage Casino to support her mom’s rent at a pricey senior living community in Beverly Hills.

Fans will get a precursor to the anticipated sixth season when Bravo debuts her eighth stand-up special on Tuesday, June 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, “Kathy Griffin Does the Bible Belt.” Shot before a live and raucous sold-out crowd at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville, TN – and Griffin is giddy about the theatre being on the corner of “Church and Gay” (the venue stands at Church Street and Gay Street) — Griffin takes comedic aim at everyone from Oprah and Gayle to Sharon Stone and hoarders.

That’s called making a living.while living on the D-List. For a sneak peek at the new season, go to:

Picture This Television produced season six of “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List” for Bravo. The series is executive produced by Bryan Scott, Lisa M. Tucker, Danny Salles and Griffin.

Rickmill Productions produced “Kathy Griffin Does The Bible Belt” for Bravo. The one-hour comedy special was executive produced by Kimber Rickabaugh, Paul Miller and Griffin.

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