Kathy Griffin, once hailed as a comedian, now seems to be grasping at straws to resurrect her career after a series of missteps. Remember that shocking moment when she held up a faux severed head of former President Donald Trump? That sure didn’t go down well with anyone, especially not the conservatives.

But here’s the kicker: despite her fall from grace, she’s back, or at least trying to claw her way back. It’s like watching a dramatic soap opera unfold – you know, the kind where the fallen hero tries to make a comeback against all odds.

Griffin’s latest stunt? A profanity-laden tirade against Valentine’s Day. Yes, you heard it right. In a fit of frustration, she took to social media to declare, “F**k Valentine’s Day and f**k all of you.” Classy, right? But hey, it’s Kathy Griffin, what more can we expect?

It seems like her personal life isn’t doing her any favors either. Fresh off a divorce, she’s probably feeling a bit sour about love and romance. But instead of dealing with it gracefully, she’s opted for the scorched-earth approach, burning bridges with her remaining fans in the process.

And let’s not forget her upcoming tour – or should we say, struggling tour? With shows failing to draw crowds in the heartland, it’s evident that her antics have worn thin even in traditionally conservative territories. Maybe it’s time for her to retire those tired Trump jokes and try something new.

But amidst the chaos and controversy, there’s a glimmer of hope. Griffin is determined to turn her audience into her personal Valentines, regardless of their political leanings. Admirable or desperate? You be the judge.

In the end, whether Kathy Griffin’s career flames out or manages to flicker on, one thing’s for sure – she’s left an indelible mark on the comedy scene, for better or for worse. Love her or hate her, you can’t deny that she’s always kept things interesting. And in the world of entertainment, that’s worth something, isn’t it?