Kathy Griffin Got Married On New Year’s Eve

January 2, 2020 / Posted by:

Kathy Griffin married her boyfriend of seven years Randy Dick..sorry…Randy Bick (what a waste of name) on New Year’s Eve. Kathy initially announced her engagement with a video via Twitter and teased that the upcoming nuptials will happen just after midnight and that we are not going to believe the officiant. Sadly, the officiant wasn’t Anderson Cooper or Don Cheadle. Kathy went with Lily Tomlin.

59-year-old Kathy tweeted that the ceremony to make 41-year-old Randy her second husband (she was married to Matt Moline from 2001 to 2005)  lasted around 14 minutes but she tweeted the first 75 seconds where Lily Tomlin lets us know that Kathy and Randy were supposed to be just a one fuck time thing.

Kathy says she’ll put the full video on her YouTube page today

Kathy marrying on New Year’s Eve is a brilliant and petty move. As everyone knows, Kathy got fired from CNN’s New Year’s Eve show due to that beheaded Trump pic, her former friend turned nemesis Anderson Cooper turned on her and ran right into the arms of her enemy and former boss Andy Cohen. Andy and Kathy have been fighting ever since. Now Kathy Griffin picks New Year’s Eve to get MARRIED.

Kathy also posted a picture that Kris Jenner took at Kourtney Kardashian’s Christmas party and thanked the Koven for hosting her engagement party without knowing it:

Well, I guess Kathy wanted her second marriage to last about three minutes, because everyone knows that including Kris Jenner in any of your wedding plans is a surefire way to kurse your holy union and push your marriage straight into the grave. Just ask Colton Haynes!

Pic: Instagram

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