If Kathy Griffin wins a second Emmy and it's not televised to the masses, did it really happen?
Griffin and fellow potty-mouthed comedienne Sarah Silverman both took home gold statuettes at the Primetime Creative Emmy Awards. Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List won outstanding reality series for the second straight year, making her D-List schtick less and less credible.
And after her controversial "Suck it, Jesus!" routine last year, Griffin kept her acceptance speech relatively mellow. Still, since when are the Creative Emmy Awards (read: Too Boring To Be Televised) populated with stars we'd actually want to see onstage?
Speaking of: Sarah Silverman won for her profanity-laced Matt Damon song, which originally appeared on former boyfriend Jimmy Kimmel's late-night talk show. Again, an acceptance speech I'd like to see on TV, not to mention potentially awkward camera shots of Kimmel as his former girlfriend walks to the stage. That's ratings gold!
Fortunately, E! will broadcast the Primetime Creative Emmy Awards on Sept. 20.