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Kathy Griffin, the Irish-American television personality and comedienne, hosted the "VH1 Divas: Salute the Troops" concert over the weekend, opening the show wearing only a camouflage bikini.

The star studded event featured performers including Keri Hilson, Katy Perry and Jennifer Nettles.

During the event Griffin paid tribute to American soldiers serving around the world. But the unconventional comedian got booed when she tried to make a joke out of Bristol Palin gaining weight during her recent stint on Dancing with the stars. The joke bombed when the military men and women in the audience booed the 50-year-old for poking fun at Sarah Palin' daughter.

Jersey Shore's Snooki and Mike “The Situation” Sorrento even made a surprise guest appearance.

A spokesman for the event said, "The holidays are especially tough for our men and women in uniform and their families, and having the opportunity to touch so many troops stationed around the world at a time of year that matters most lets them know that America still cares about their welfare".

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