"You'd think that having won a second freakin' Emmy would entitle me to a few more bucks," Griffin had told the Chicago Sun-Times last month. "Hey, I'm just looking for tens more dollars from Bravo."
In addition, Griffin had told the Sun-Times that while she hoped to reach a deal with Bravo -- which has aired Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List since its 2005 debut -- she was also keeping her options open by "talking to another [broadcast] network and a cable network."
Now that her contract situation with Bravo has apparently been worked out, Griffin said My Life on the D-List's fifth season "is going to be a little bit of a transitional season" and explained why.
"It's going to be more celebrity oriented," she told Us. "[It's] the way that American Idol sort of started as a singing contest and then every week you expect to see the mentors. I have some really good guest stars coming on the D-List this year."
While Griffin remained mum on the actual celebrities who will appear on the show's fifth season, she jokingly added "the two Emmys didn't help" entice any potential guest stars.
"I'm actually getting a lot of people that I want to, and it's really, really exciting," she told Us.