Kathy Griffin’s New Bravo Special Sets Guinness World Record (Video)

Appropriately titled “Record Breaker,” the comedy show airs Dec. 18

Kathy Griffin‘s upcoming 20th comedy special on Bravo has earned the comedian a Guinness world record for “Most Stand-Up Specials by a Comedian.”

Appropriately titled, “Kathy Griffin: Record Breaker,” the special will air Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 8/7c on Bravo.

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In a statement, the every-modest Griffin referred to herself jokingly as the “Yeezus of stand-up comedy” and a “comedic god.”

She later came back down to earth with the following: “Look folks, I hope you laugh a lot at this special. I had a blast making it and I’m truly honored to have been inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records.”

The special was shot before a sold-out audience at San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre. In it, she does her usual tackling of the day’s news, politics and celebrities. This time, she goes after Miley Cyrus and twerking, Texas governor Rick Perry, Justin Bieber and returns with new stories about her 93-year-old mother, Maggie.

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It’s produced by RickMill Productions with Griffin, Kimber Rickabaugh and Paul Miller serving as executive producers.

Watch a couple previews from the special above and below.