Eternally Relatable Tiffany Haddish Re-Wears Gown at Oscars

by Sophie Craig March 7, 2018, 0:09
Eternally Relatable Tiffany Haddish Re-Wears Gown at Oscars

On Sunday, comedians Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph presented the Oscar for "Best Animated/Live Action Short" at the 2018 Academy Awards.

Haddish said in an interview with Vanity Fair that, in addition to her nightly sets at comedy clubs across Los Angeles, she was also available for bar mitzvahs.

"I would totally do it if we get paid!"

After the pair groused about blisters, foot pain, and a pinky toe that had fallen off, Rudolph and Haddish launched into a bit about race at the Oscars.

The actress continued to joke that she would be willing to host Hollywood's biggest night if she was compensated for the job. "I'm personally not a fan of white people with clipboards", she added, "because I'm always thinking, 'What are they writing down about me?'"

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"I didn't get nothing". Cause, you know, I got bills to pay. "I gotta pay for these dresses".

Haddish first wore the $4,000 gown for the Girls Trip premiere in Los Angeles back in July 2017.

"That was awesome", she gushed. Something tells us though that it won't be long until Haddish is having to turn down offers from designers offering to loan her dresses. Well, it looks like Brad Pitt may be the next person to request Tiffany to sign a non-disclosure agreement after she revealed her conversation with the actor.

"I said, 'I don't give a dang about no taboo, I spent a lot of money on this dress". While Haddish, 38, seemed pretty excited at the prospect of getting it on with the hunky 54-year-old dad, there could be a dealbreaker.

SNL tweeted the Haddish's hilarious monologue from when she hosted the show, where she declared she would wear the dress, which costs more than her mortgage repayments, multiple times.

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