Comedian Kathy Griffin says she'll be appearing in upcoming shows in New York and Washington.
The shows come more than nine months after she provoked outrage for a photo in which she held a fake severed head appearing to depict President Donald Trump.
Great news - I’m heading back to Carnegie Hall in New York! Tickets will be on sale next week. If you want the first crack at the best tickets, join my email list and you’ll get a head start!— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) March 10, 2018
Link to sign up: https://t.co/2ABuYJyTUt pic.twitter.com/aDlo189KV8
Griffin spoke Friday on HBO's "Real Time With Bill Maher." She did not give dates for the shows, but said she'd be appearing at New York's Carnegie Hall and Washington's Kennedy Center.
She says she is dipping her toes into touring, even though the Trumps didn't want her to work again.
Griffin initially apologized for the photo last spring, but later said she was no longer sorry. The photo got her fired from CNN's New Year's Eve show.