April Fools is off to an amazing start!
On Friday, a trailer for Grannie — a new spoof of the classic musical Annie – was released featuring Kathy Griffin as the oldest orphan alive, Lisa Rinna as Miss Hannigan, and our favorite casting decision, Colton Haynes as Daddy Warbucks!
Related: Kathy Adds Fuel To Her Ellen DeGeneres Feud
The parody includes hilarious takes on the iconic songs Tomorrow, It's A Hard Knock Life, Little Girls, and I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here — all while telling the story of how Grannie finally escapes the orphanage and finds a forever home.
Although we kinda wish it would… don't expect this one to be hitting theaters anytime soon!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!!
It's the most important feud of the day!
When Megyn Kelly was invited to speak at The Hollywood Reporter's annual Women in Entertainment breakfast this year, she probably didn't expect to find herself in yet another feud.
Unfortunately for the Settle for More author, that's exactly what happened on Wednesday when she used her platform to give President-elect Donald Trump just a bit too much praise!
Photo: Here's How Donald's TIME Magazine Cover SHOULD Have Looked
For some reason, Megyn had mostly only positive things to say about the sexist businessman at the otherwise fundamentally feminist gathering… which clearly left a bad taste in fellow guest Kathy Griffin's mouth.
In fact, the Celebrity Run-Ins writer was so disgusted by the FOX News anchor's "high hopes" for the racist Republican that she actually flipped her off right in the middle of her speech!
So what exactly did Megyn say to spoil Kathy's breakfast??
She sure is being de-generous with her Ellen shade!
Kathy Griffin shocked us all last week when she revealed her years-long feud with fellow funnywoman Ellen DeGeneres… but it turns out she's not the only one finding problems with Dory.
That's because according to her new book Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins: My A-Z Index, the late/great Joan Rivers had beef with the Ellen host as well!
Related: Andy Cohen Confirms Katy Perry/Taylor Swift Feud In New Memoir
The outspoken author stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Monday morning to promote her new tell-all to Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover… but ended up just dishing about Hollywood's best kept behind-the-scenes secrets!
Apparently, Kathy is still heartbroken that Ellen never quite understood Joan's sense of humor before her untimely passing, admitting:
Kathy Griffin is well aware not everyone is a fan of her comedy… especially the celebrities she's notoriously made fun of!
But after endless encounters with Hollywood's elite over the years, the 56-year-old has revealed some celebs have been just downright MEAN to her face!
In her new book Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins, the Emmy-winner recounts various moments she's had with over 125 stars, and not all of them are as pleasant as you'd expect!
Related: Kathy Dishes About Longtime Feud With Ellen DeGeneres!
One of the most shocking revelations from Griffin's latest exposé is that Jon Hamm might not be super charming 100% of the time — at least not when rubbing elbows with a comedy veteran.
The comedianne writes of the Mad Men star:
Ellen DeGeneres is known as America's sweetheart by pretty much everyone across the globe with access to a television. Well, except for Kathy Griffin, apparently!
In her new memoir, Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins: My A–Z Index, the comedienne dishes dirt about all sorts of star-studded encounters.
Related: Kathy Has Settled Her Beef With Ryan Seacrest!
In fact, the 56-year-old detailed one particularly bad experience with an A-lister she wouldn't outright name, but it was clear she was TOTALLY describing the talk show host!
"I'm almost positive a certain beloved daytime talk show host once had me kicked out of a backstage dressing room at the Emmy Awards. I can't prove it, but this person, who has short blonde hair, has a mean streak that all of Hollywood knows about."
Woah! A mean streak?!
Well, Miz Griffin got real with Us Weekly and actually NAMED the funny lady while opening up about their longtime feud, describing an incident from a 2007 taping of The Ellen DeGeneres Show: