Comedian Kathy Griffin has not-so-subtly hinted that Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann's husband Marcus Bachmann is gay.

The Emmy-winning Griffin made her remarks during an appearance on CBS' Late Late Show.

Griffin alluded to controversies surrounding the Bachmanns, including allegations that their Christian counseling centers attempt to “pray away the gay” and Michele Bachmann's long record of opposing gay rights.

While discussing her upcoming cabler Bravo special with host Craig Ferguson, Griffin said it was supposed to be called Pray the Gay Back, but Bravo execs changed it to Kathy Griffin: Pants Off.

“Marcus Bachmann is one of my new favorite targets, he's Michele Bachmann's husband,” Griffin said. “He's very anti-gay and LGBT rights. But it's odd, because if you look at him on YouTube, it's almost as if he himself is, um, or, it's as if ...”

“Be careful, Kathy,” Ferguson interrupted.

“I would say that Marcus Bachmann reminds me a lot of the type of men who come see my live shows,” the gay icon said to applause from the audience. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)