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Kathy Griffin won’t take jabs at Sandra Bullock Kathy Griffin is the ultimate insult comic, knocking everyone from Oprah Winfrey to the mother of her best friend, Brooke Shields.

But she won’t joke about Sandra Bullock.

Huh? Why? Is it a conflict of interest? Do they belong to the same religion? Before Bullock won an Oscar, why there’s a ton of her films one could poke fun at, i.e. “Speed 2: Cruise Control” and “Practical Magic.”

No, it’s less exciting than that: “I really wouldn’t make fun of her,” Griffin tells US Magazine. Apparently, the reason is because of all the turmoil that Bullock has weathered.

“I love when she said that comedians could make fun of her again,” Griffin continues, “I’m going to send her a muffin basket! She seems to have a sense of humor, but if I wanted to, she said I could! I thought she was talking to me through the TV.”

Yet while Griffin tries not to touch upon the bad news of celebrities, it’s the upbeat headlines about them that drive her nuts.

“Happy people and positivity in general just make me angry,” she quipped. “It makes me want to vomit! I believe in negativity and darkness.”

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