Kathy Griffin's "Kathy" canceled by Bravo

TV host Kathy Griffin arrives to AARP The Magazine's 12th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards Luncheon on Feb. 12, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Kathy Griffin's soiree has a late night chat host has come to a close.

Bravo has canceled the 52-year-old's late-night comedy series, "Kathy," after two seasons. Griffin reportedly announced the cancellation during a live stand-up performance in Cincinnati and later confirmed the news on Twitter.

"Sad but tru. Appreciate your kind words, PH," she wrote in response to a Perez Hilton story about the cancelation.

On "Kathy," Griffin interviewed a slew of celebs and discussed the news each week. Her talk show was a follow-up to her Bravo debut with her series "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," for which she won two Emmys for Outstanding Reality Program during the show's run.

Though, she may just land on her feet as there have been rumors that she and her buddy Anderson Cooper (whose daytime series was canceled as well) may be working on a pilot for CNN together. Now that's a team just crazy enough to watch.

Tell us: Will you miss "Kathy"?