Kathy Griffin
Comedienne Kathy Griffin blows a kiss at photographers at the 20th Annual Fulfillment Fund Stars benefit gala in Beverly Hills, California, Oct. 14, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuon

Five more venues have canceled comedienne Kathy Griffin's shows with the State Theatre and St. George Theatre being the latest to pull the plug Thursday following her photo shoot with a fake severed head of President Donald Trump.

This comes days after CNN terminated their agreement with Griffin for their New Year’s show, which she was scheduled to co-host with with Anderson Cooper.

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The venues were part of Griffin’s Celebrity Run-In tour which will now feature five fewer stops amid strong criticism which came Griffin's way due to her photo holding the president's fake severed photo.

St. George Theatre in Staten Island, New York City, and State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey, were among the latest to cancel Griffin’s shows, Daily Mail Online reported.

“After careful consideration of recent events and for the safety of our patrons, Kathy Griffin’s November 3rd performance has been canceled. All Kathy Griffin ticket buyers will be issued a full refund. If you purchased your tickets on Ticketmaster please call 800-745-3000. If you purchased your tickets through another party, please contact them directly,” State Theatre said on its website.

“Ms. Griffin’s recent actions have severely inhibited our ability to fulfill our mission as a non-profit theater serving the Staten Island community,” St. George Theatre said in a statement, The Sun reported. Griffin was scheduled to perform at St. George Theatre on November 2, 2017.

Previously the Route 66 Casino Hotel in Albuquerque also canceled Griffin’s upcoming show scheduled for July 22nd. They announced the decision May 31 on their Facebook page. “The performance by Kathy Griffin on July 22nd has been canceled. Any guests that did purchase tickets will receive a full refund,” the post read.

Apart from this, Griffin also lost two California shows and an endorsement deal, TMZ reported.

The cancellation of Griffin’s shows come just a day after CNN terminated their contract with Griffin. “CNN has terminated our agreement with Kathy Griffin to appear on our New Year's Eve program,” they announced on Twitter.

The Bergen Performing Arts Center in New Jersey has not finalized anything yet but did say it received a lot of complaints asking for the cancellation of Griffin’s show.

On May 31, Trump also expressed his anger on Twitter over Griffin’s joke and said she should be ashamed of herself.

First lady Melania Trump meanwhile said, “As a mother, a wife, and a human being, that photo is very disturbing.”

“When you consider some of the atrocities happening in the world today, a photo opportunity like this is simply wrong and makes you wonder about the mental health of the person who did it,” she added, according to a report.

Griffin, who faced huge criticism over her joke, issued an apology through a video on Twitter and said the photo would be taken down. In the apology, Griffin admitted she had crossed a line and that she understood why some people reacted strongly to the photo. “I am sorry. I went too far. I was wrong,” she tweeted.