Bravo has confirmed it has renewed Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List for a fourth season.

Although Bravo hadn't announced it until now, Griffin had already revealed that her Emmy Award-winning reality series would be returning for a fourth season during an appearance at last month's GQ Man of the Year awards ceremony. 

"Kathy has a brilliant ability to capture the pulse of pop culture with her devastatingly entertaining commentary," said Bravo executive Frances Berwick. "Kathy's career and fame continue to grow, threatening her D-List status, and providing a hilarious and authentic insight into the life of a performer."

Griffin's assistant Jessica, her assistant's assistant Tiffany, her "manager" Tom, and her mother Maggie will all return for the show's upcoming installment, which according to the comedian, will also feature Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, her new billionaire boyfriend..

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List won Outstanding Reality Program honors during the 2007 Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony in September.  She told Jesus to "suck it" during her acceptance speech, sparking outrage from Catholic League president Bill Donohue and causing E! to censor her remarks when it later aired an edited broadcast of the pre-taped ceremony.

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List is produced by Picture This Television. The series is executive produced by Marcia Mule, Bryan Scott, Lisa M. Tucker and Griffin.