"My whole team told me, 'Tiffany, you can not wear that dress on 'SNL,' you already wore it". "He said one day I would end up here, and if I ever end up at the Oscars to honour my people", she said, according to CNN.
Tiffany continued, "This dress cost way more than my mortgage ... this is an Alexander McQueen, okay?" When host Michael Strahan asked her about her dress, she dropped a handsome and personal story that elevated her outfit to something far beyond clothing. "I'm going to wear this dress multiple times", Haddish declared.
After Haddish informed the audience she had been wearing her heels since 11 o'clock the morning of the Oscars, Rudolph retorted that she had been in hers since the Critics' Choice Awards. Instead, the 38-year-old caught everyone's attention due to the traditional Eritrean ensemble she wore.
But one of the best moments was when Rudolph commended Haddish for peeing off a zip-line in Girls Trip, while Haddish commended Rudolph for the time she "took a dookie in the street" in Bridesmaids.
Plus, the dress is stunning, so why not get as much wear out of it as you possibly can? "A few years ago, people were saying that Oscars were so white, and since then some real progress has been made", the Saturday Night Live alum stated. This is a Alexander McQueen, OK? This a $4,000 dress. "Putting it out there for Meryl Streep to be my mom in Girls Trip 2, " she told Vanity Fair last July. "Because my daddy from Eritrea and he passed away, and I want to pay respect". But Haddish claimed on SNL she "ain't seen this money".