Kathy Griffin apparently can't get enough of the D-List.

Bravo has renewed the comedian's Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List reality series for a sixth season, her representative told People in a Tuesday report.

"Let's just say we are hoping the premiere episode will be Cher-tastic," Griffin told People.

Filming for Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List's 10-episode sixth season will begin in January, according to People, which added "Team Griffin" -- which consists of assistant Tiffany Rinehart, tour manager Tom Vize, mom Maggie Griffin and dogs Chance and Pom Pom -- will be back for the upcoming installment.

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List had won the Emmy award for Outstanding Reality Program in 2007 and 2008 before A&E's Intervention docu-reality series took the honors at September's Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony.

Griffin was slated to host ABC's new Let's Dance comedic reality competition that would feature celebrities attempting to re-create memorable dance routines, however the network reportedly canceled its November 23 premiere after it was unable to secure celebrities for the cast due to the holiday season.

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