Kathy Griffin communes with her gays at Splash (SLIDE SHOW)

Funny lady and professional survivor Kathy Griffin is all too easy to mock—and she's usually the first in line to make fun of herself. But look beyond...

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Funny lady and professional survivor Kathy Griffin is all too easy to mock—and she's usually the first in line to make fun of herself. But look beyond the charming self-deprecation and cheesy glitz, and you've got a fearless comedian, surprisingly frank memoirist and fierce advocate for the queer community. In fact, Griffin was a friend of the gays long before it was cool, so it's unsurprising that she's selling an EP of remixes of her Kathy theme song, "I'll Say It" (Amazon, iTunes), directly to us. Her promo whirlwind brought her to Splash, where she ogled go-go men, chatted with fans and posed for our cameras.

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