Kathy Griffin Shares Pictures Of Her Newly Shaved Head To Make A Powerful Statement

Kathy Griffin Shares Pictures Of Her Newly Shaved Head To Make A Powerful Statement

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Kathy Griffin is back and balder than ever.

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The last time Kathy Griffin was in the news, it was for the controversial stunt she pulled with a photo shoot where she pretended to decapitate Donald Trump. This landed her in hot water with the Left, the Right, and everyone in between. She quickly found herself under federal investigation and has been laying low ever since.

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Fortunately, for Griffin fans everywhere, Kathy is back, and she's making a powerful statement. It was recently revealed on Twitter that Kathy Griffin has shaved her head to show support and solidarity for her sister, who is currently battling cancer.

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In the photo, her mom adorably pretends to look shocked. She then tweeted her full support for her daughter.

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Griffin's fans were immediately touched by her beautiful gesture and showered her with praise.

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Perhaps the most stunning tweets came from Trump supporters; those who were clearly angry at her previous protest, but were able to set that aside and find common ground through their shared history with cancer.

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Sadly for Griffin, this is not the first time her life has been impacted by cancer. In 2014, her brother lost his battle with cancer.

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Now the Griffin family is yet again dealing with another battle against cancer. Though for Kathy, it turns out there is one small bright spot amid the sorrow: Kathy recently discovered she is no longer under investigation for her prior political stunt. While it is certainly not enough to erase the pain of her sister's chemotherapy, every little bit helps.

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For Kathy's family, much like many others, their battle with cancer continues. To help support cancer research you can donate to the American Cancer Society.

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H/T: Twitter, Instagram, American Cancer Society

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