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Kathy Griffin hosting the Creative Arts Emmys
Kathy Griffin will become the first Emmy winner to host the Creative Arts Emmys.
The Television Academy announced that Griffin, actually a two-time Emmy winner, will host the September 12 ceremony from the NOKIA Theatre at LA Live.
"We're thrilled as Kathy's the first Emmy winner to host the Creative Arts show," says Spike Jones Jr., the show's producer. "She stole the show the last two years, so now, we're giving her the opportunity to officially hijack it. We're all very, very excited. And just a little bit scared," said Jones Jr."
Griffin is an appropriate hosting choice, having been presented with both of her Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Reality Program Non-Competition (for "My Life on the D-List") at Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremonies.
The show will air on E!