Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY? | Kathy Griffin
Kathy Griffin keeps her golden gramophone in the most Kathy Griffin place possible: right at the door where everyone who comes in can see it.
Griffin says people "pretty much trip" on it. "Then they spend the first few minutes telling me to my face I'm an a-hole for doing it and then they all want a picture," she adds in the latest rendition of Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY?.
Griffin won her GRAMMY at the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards for Best Comedy Album. The winning album, Calm Down Gurrl, was inspired by one of her friend's favorite thing to say. "There are many times I feel when myself and others need to be told, 'Calm down girl,'" she says.
The comedian is one of three women to have ever won in the category. "I was nominated six years in a row so I don't even care if this is a pity GRAMMY," she quips.
Watch the video above to see the comedienne talk about the natural similarities between music and comedy, who can and can't touch her GRAMMY, her reaction to the win, and more.