You already wore it.
"I spent a lot of money on this dress".
She even joked that the $4,000 gown cost more than her mortgage, so in order to make the most of it, she would wear and re-wear the dress on special occasions. It's an Alexander McQueen, it's a $4,000 dress ...
And, after bringing down the house as a first-time presenter on the Oscars' stage, Tiffany Haddish has said she is ready to take on the coveted award show hosting spot.
Now, to you or us, wearing a dress multiple times in your life is not the biggest deal in the world.
Haddish, who was born in California to an African American mother and an Eritrean father.
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Although their meeting was brief, a laughing Streep clearly enjoyed her time with Haddish.
HADDISH: Well, I got blisters bubbling up on the bottom of my foot.
Another said she was "serving the Royal looks".
And that's why Tiffany Haddish chose to wear her dress for a third time last night, despite it being very "taboo" to do at awards shows.
The star has been open about just how much she loves the curve-hugging dress.
HADDISH: I don't know, but it feels like I'm in a department store.