Kathy Griffin works as Surreal Life 4 cabbie, is getting her own reality series.

Kathy Griffin works as Surreal Life 4 cabbie, is getting her own reality series.
D-list celebrity, Celebrity Mole winner, and uber reality TV fan Kathy Griffin will soon again be a part of that which she mocks. She’s going to have a minor role on The Surreal Life 4, and Bravo is currently taping an Osbournes-style reality series featuring Kathy and her husband, The Canton Repository reports. The series has apparently already started production. (Her stand-up special The D-List also aired on Bravo, and has spawned a DVD, Allegedly, that comes out tomorrow.) Additionally, Kathy will show up on The Surreal Life 4–as the cab driver who picks up the celebs. Of her time driving the cast, she says, “It was insane! I mean, come on. That’s like a gift from God to have a day like that! I can�t say what happened until the show airs, but let me tell you, it was some good eatin'”.

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