Kathy Griffin Books ‘Laugh Your Head Off’ World Tour

Kathy Griffin is ready to get back on stage after the backlash from her photoshoot featuring a bloody likeness of President Trump’s decapitated head. She’s not shying away from the controversy, by naming her upcoming outing the “Laugh Your Head Off World Tour.”
The promo imagery for the new run of fall dates also refers back to the photoshoot, with Griffin wearing a similar outfit and sporting the same hairdo. Only this time she’s holding a globe instead of Trump’s head.
“Are you ready for me to say some things that are so horrible I can never take ‘em back? They tried to warn me. They said I shouldn’t come here but I said, ‘No, they can handle it!’” the comedian proclaims in a video posted on social media.
She promises that the show will include material about Oprah, The Kardashians and the Housewives. Griffin adds, “Nothing is off limits. Not even him,” apparently referring to Trump.
Laugh Your Head Off World Tour
– Laugh Your Head Off World Tour

The tour kicks off Oct. 19 in Auckland, New Zealand, at the Bruce Mason Centre.
Countries on the routing include Australia, Philippines, Ireland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Iceland.
An artist presales is ongoing with the code “headsup.” Tickets go on sale to the general public Sept. 1.
Hopefully ticket sales do better than her last round of U.S. gigs.
Although Griffin released an apology video in late May, right after the controversial Trump image was circulated online, a number of U.S. venues pulled their scheduled shows with the comedian.  
She also lost her co-hosting job on the CNN New Year’s Eve broadcast and an endorsement contract. The Secret Service even opened an investigation. Griffin tweeted July 28, “I am no longer under federal investigation. The case is closed, I have been completely exonerated. Finally.”
Griffin discussed the fallout and Trump in a recent feature with The Cut.
“President Trump just pardoned Joe Arpaio, who was essentially running a concentration camp in the Arizona desert,” Griffin told The Cut’s Yashar Ali. “He said there are some good Nazis, and he’s kicking out young adults who were brought here as kids by their parents, and I’m the one who has to continue to apologize?”