Kathy Griffin Avoids CNN Ejection, Resolves to Offend Willow Palin in 2011

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Comedian, who keeps from swearing on New Year's Eve broadcast, sets sights on a new Palin for 2011.

Kathy Griffin behaved during her New Year's Eve broadcast, and kept from being yanked off the air as she warned would happen if she relapsed into bad language.

The comic set a resolution for 2011 -- taking on a new Palin in the new year.

"I've already gone for Sarah, Todd and Bristol obviously," Griffin tells The Hollywood Reporter. "But I think it's Willow's year to go down."

"In 2011 I want to offend a new Palin," she vows.

While the daughter of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin is 16, Griffin feels she's fair game, pointing to Palin's widely reported use of homophobic slurs on Facebook in November.

"She's called people a fa---t on Facebook a couple of times," says Griffin. "You don't throw around the f-word without hearing from me about it."

Another resolution included "going to church more."