Kathy Griffin offers Sarah Palin tickets to her Broadway show

Sarah Palin and Kathy Griffin
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Sarah Palin and Kathy Griffin
Sarah Palin and Kathy Griffin

(CBS) After Sarah Palin called Kathy Griffin a "bully," the comedienne responded with a peace offering - but it's one that the former Alaska governor isn't likely to accept.

Griffin offered her "fellow reality star" tickets to her upcoming Broadway show, "Kathy Griffin Wants a Tony."

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Responding to Palin's complaints about Griffin's jabs at her family, Griffin's publicist told ABCNews.com, "As a fellow reality star, Kathy would like to extend free tickets to her upcoming Broadway show to reality-star Sarah Palin and her reality-TV crew. Kathy supports all reality stars regardless of what they say about her."

The "My Life on the D-List" star declined to comment specifically on what Palin said about her.

Her Broadway show is set to run from March 11-19.

The most recent Palin-Griffin battle began over the weekend, when Palin called out Griffin during a Fox News interview over reports that she will play a Palin-like character on "Glee."

"You know, Kathy Griffin can do anything to me or say anything about me, because you know, she's kind of this; she's a 50-year-old adult bully is really what she is," she said. "She's kind of a has-been comedian and she can do those things to me. I would just ask for respect of my children. ... Kathy, pick on me, come up to Alaska and pick on me, but leave my kids alone."

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