Kathy Griffin's life seems to be becoming less "D-List" by the day.

A memoir being written by the My Life on the D-List star was reportedly sold to Random House's Ballantine's editor-at-large Pamela Cannon for a price tag of over $2 million at an auction last week, The New York Observer reported on Monday.

The $2 million deal was reported by three sources with knowledge of the sale. The memoir was reportedly sold at the auction by Trena Keating, Griffin's literary agent, The Observer added.

Keating and representatives from Random House Publishing Group declined to comment, while Cannon did not return calls regarding the memoir's reported sale, The Observer reported.

Last November, Griffin finalized a deal with Bravo for a fifth season of her Emmy Award winning reality series My Life on the D-List.