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Kathy Griffin’s ‘D-List’ Bravo show to go off the air

Laura Donovan Contributor

Comedian Kathy Griffin has graduated from the “D-List” to … the “F” list?

Griffin told People magazine that she has ended her Bravo show “My Life on the D-List,” which has lasted for six seasons.

“It was a really tough decision because I think of ‘the D-List’ as pretty much my baby for the last six seasons and I also think it was really time to stop doing it,” Griffin told People. “Reality is great, but I really didn’t set out to be a reality star. So now it’s time to spread my wings and show that I’m a little different than Kate Gosselin.”

This doesn’t mean Griffin is breaking up with Bravo. She has agreed to do four brand-new Bravo comedy specials, which will air quarterly this year.

Though it appears Griffin had say in canceling the show, this news comes during the same week that Griffin said 2011 would be the year that she bullies Willow Palin.

“I think it’s Willow’s year to go down … In 2011 I want to offend a new Palin,” Griffin said.

Willow Palin may be a minor, but Griffin believes she’s fair game to taunt because  she used slurs “gay” and “faggot” in a Facebook feud.

During her USO Diva’s Salute performance in December 2010, Griffin was booed by troops for poking fun at Bristol Palin’s weight.

[WATCH: Kathy Griffin booed by troops]