In a profile about Griffin, The New York Times noted that Sia had a difficult time dealing with the controversy surrounding her film “Music.”
The comedian, who underwent surgery for lung cancer in August, reveled in her balcony burlesque.
The comedian revealed her lung cancer diagnosis last month.
The comedian said she will undergo surgery to remove half of her left lung.
The comedian faced similar backlash in 2017 for posing with a fake severed head that bore a resemblance to the president.
The comedian said she was denied a COVID-19 test and called out President Donald Trump for his false claims over the abundance of testing kits.
While hospitalized, the comedian said she was being denied a COVID-19 test and called out Donald Trump for "lying."
Maggie Griffin, who often appeared on Griffin's "My Life on the D-List" reality show, had dementia.
The comedian chatted with HuffPost about life since that infamous Trump photo, cancel culture and Me Too and why Tina Fey's impersonation of Sarah Palin was so important.
The former "My Life on the D-List" star's nuptials were officiated by Lily Tomlin.