Everyone Loved Tiffany Haddish And Maya Rudolph Together At The Oscars

Everyone Loved Tiffany Haddish And Maya Rudolph Together At The Oscars

Tiffany Haddish fulfilled a lifelong dream at the 90th annual Academy Awards on Sunday night when she finally met Meryl Streep.

It seems like Brad Pitt might have his eye on Tiffany Haddish.

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. Well, even if were for a few moments, Tiffany got us rooting for her and Pitt.

The first time the dress made an appearance was at the premiere of her movie, Girl's Trip.

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In addition to wearing slippers "in front of a whole room full of white folks", on stage, Haddish said that another highlight from presenting at the Oscars show was wearing her now iconic Alexander McQueen gown.

The up-and-coming actor had a breakout in 2017 thanks to her scene-stealing role in Girls Trip, which also starred Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith. "This is an Alexander McQueen, okay?" She did something that's nearly unheard of in Hollywood and - gasp - rewore a gown that we've seen her in before. "I said, 'I don't give a dang about no taboo, I spent a lot of money on this dress, '" Haddish said. Instead, the 38-year-old caught everyone's attention due to the traditional Eritrean ensemble she wore. After all, most of us can't afford to buy a new dress every time we have a big event.

Haddish stuck to her word, wearing the famous look again at the March 4 awards ceremony. The two actresses hugged and Haddish even curtsied to Streep before sprinting back to finish her interview. "I feel so much joy in my heart".

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