Griffin told USA Today that she's been blocked from appearing on Today many times over the years, but her most recent ban allegedly came from newsreader Natalie Morales.
"I just found out, I'm very excited, I'm re-banned from the Today show. I just want [everyone] to know, over the years since Suddenly Susan in 1996, I have been banned and re-banned from the Today show by several people," the comic commented.
She further explained: "Katie Couric at one point [banned me]. Matt Lauer at one point. This time my camp heard that it was actually Natalie Morales - who is on the show, I don't even know if she's the co-host, I think she reads the news."
Griffin went on to suggest that her rift with Morales apparently developed over a run-in that she has no memory of.
"What I heard from their team is that I was rude to her at the Golden Globes. Which is funny because I didn't go to the Golden Globes," she quipped. "I did go to Golden Globes parties which I didn't really belong at, so I know for a fact that I did a few interviews there, but I really knew that it wasn't my place to even be there."
Griffin will host her own chatshow Kathy on the NBCUniversal-owned Bravo network beginning Thursday, April 19 at 10/9c.
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