Published: Tue, March 06, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Tiffany Haddish wants to host Oscars under 1 condition

Tiffany Haddish wants to host Oscars under 1 condition

All this, of course, was before Haddish told Meryl Streep that she wants Streep to be her mother.

We're dead. And Tiffany knows how to achieve her dreams, as when she spotted Meryl strutting down the red carpet, she hopped over a rope to introduce herself.

Tiffany wore a zuria; a traditional dress worn in Eritrea and Ethiopia, along with a traditional headdress.

"I didn't get nothing". "He said one day I would end up here, and if I ever end up at the Oscars to honour my people", she told ABC's Michael Strahan. Sure, they might not have matched her gown as well as the stilettos, but they showed how she is the most relatable woman in Hollywood.

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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. "I'mma wear this dress multiple times'".

Tiffany Haddish was easily the highlight of the Oscars 2018 - a hilarious, beaming, positive force deserving of all trophies, or, at the very least, getting that money. She says today reminded her family that representation truly matters. "This dress cost way more than my mortgage'". She wore the Alexander McQueen frock on "SNL" and to the premiere of "Girls Trip".

When Kelly questioned why the pair have to wait a year before seeing if sparks fly between them, Tiffany revealed she was just as confused. It's taboo to wear it twice, ' " she said on "Saturday Night Live".

When Haddish spotted Streep walking the carpet, she did not let the opportunity pass, and she also didn't let a barrier get in her way. Feeling cute because he made [it] for me.

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