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She's made us laugh, she's made us cringe, and above all, she's always made us pay attention.

Now Kathy Griffin can also make us look at her Guinness World Records certificate while doing all three.

The iconic stand-up star will see her 20th career special airing on U.S. network Bravo on Wednesday, which breaks the record for most stand-up comedy specials by a comedian. She was presented with the honor by GWR's Stuart Claxton (above) while filming the special, titled "Record Breaker," in San Antonio last month.

“Look folks, I hope you laugh a lot at this special," Griffin said. "I had a blast making it and I’m truly honored to have been inducted.”

Griffin's first stand-up special aired on Oct. 18, 1996, with HBO's "HBO Comedy Half Hour." Since then, she's gone on to perform shows like "Balls of Steel," "50 and Not Pregnant," and "Calm Down Gurrl."

To watch her record-breaking set, be sure to tune in to Bravo on Wednesday at 8/7c. In the meantime, here's a quick preview to get you ready!

Looking for that perfect last-minute stocking stuffer? The Guinness World Records 2014 edition is on sale now. See a full list of where to find it here.