Tiffany Haddish Explains her Authentic Eritrean Gown

She then went on to detail where else she would wear the dress at a bat mitzvah at her own wedding and even at her own funeral one day

Tiffany Haddish wore a stunning Oscars gown to honor her father's Eritrean roots

"Eleleleleing all day, what a time to be alive, what did we do to deserve Tiffany Haddish?" another wondered.

Even though she wasn't up for any awards, there's no question that Tiffany Haddish was the unofficial victor of the Oscars.

Tiffany Haddish rocked the Oscars red carpet in a traditional African gown.

In a video captured by Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister, Haddish can be heard yelling, "you're gonna be my momma!"

Haddish wore the dress at the premiere of "Girls Trip" in July.

Tiffany Haddish, breakout star of last summer's Girls Trip, might not have been nominated at last night's Oscars (March 4), but she went ahead and won the whole thing anyway.

If Tiffany Haddish's dress during her Oscar presentation with Maya Rudolph on Sunday night looked familiar, you're not alone.

She'd apparently wear it to the Oscars, too.

She added that, despite the advice of others who called repeating a dress such as this "taboo", she'd wear the gown "multiple times", no matter the occasion. This dress costs way more than my mortgage.

"If I die and even if I become fat as hell - if I'm the biggest, fattest - I don't care, " she said.

"I didn't get nothing".

In the meantime, she'll keep re-wearing the $4,000 Alexander McQueen dress. Feeling cute because he made [it] for me.

"Hi Meryl", she said to the actress, seated in the front row.

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.

"I want you to be my mama one day", Haddish said to Streep from the podium, while presenting an award with Maya Rudolph.

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