Tiffany Haddish Wore The Same Dress To The Oscars She Wore Twice Before

Tiffany Haddish isn't going to wear a good dress once. After wearing a dazzling white Alexander McQueen dress to the premiere of Girls Trip in July, the comedian found a way to wear the same attire during her guest appearance on Saturday Night Live back in November. Recently, she rocked it again at last night's Oscars. If it looks good once, it looks great three times. You can check out the reappearance of the gown last night, below.

Although she was seen wearing a beautiful Eritrean gown on the red carpet hours before, Tiffany Haddish once again brought back the white gown when she was presenting the best documentary short and best live-action short categories with Maya Rudolph during the middle of the program. Haddish came complete with a comfy pair of slippers during the awards show, thanks to a gag where she and Maya were seen carrying their high heels onstage, and she looked just as stunning on the awards stage as she did during the first and second time she wore the dress. And don't expect her to stop wearing it anytime soon. As she noted on Saturday Night Live last year, Haddish is planning to dazzle in this gown many, many more times.

Tiffany Haddish didn't comment on the dress while she was on the stage, but during her monologue on Saturday Night Live, the Girls Trip star devoted a great deal of time talking about the expensive $4,000 outfit, and why she doesn't care if it's considered "taboo" to wear the dress more than once. Here's what the comedian said about the dress during that November appearance.

I feel like I should wear what I want, when I want, however many times I want, as long as I febreeze it. Like this dress. I wore it on the red carpet for Girls Trip, and my whole team, they told me, 'Tiffany, you can NOT wear that dress on SNL. You already wore it. It's taboo to wear it twice. And I said, 'I don't give a dang about no taboo.' I spent a lot of money on this dress. This dress cost way more than my mortgage. This is an Alexander McQueen, okay?! It's a $4,000 dress! I'm going to wear this dress MULTIPLE TIMES! Okay?! Real talk? You might see this dress in two sketches tonight.

Tiffany Haddish didn't lie. She wore that dress in a skit again that night. And Haddish wasn't shy about admitting that she will continue to wear the dress on multiple occasions for the foreseeable future, including this past Sunday's Oscars ceremony. So you better get used to seeing her wear it.

If someone invites me to a bar, a bar mitzvah... guess what I'm wearing to it? This Alexander McQueen. If someone invites me to an all-black party, guess what I'm wearing? This all-white dress. If another man asks me to marry him ... if I ever get married again... and yes, I've been married before... If another man asks me to marry him, guess what I'm wearing? This dress. And don't invite me to your wedding, because I'm probably wearing this dress to that too. And if I die, which I hope I never do. I hope I live forever. But if I die, and even if I become fat as hell, okay? Even if I'm the biggest, fattest, I don't care. When I'm laying in that casket, guess what is going to be laying on top of my fat ass body? This dress.

After the Oscars, when asked about the outfit, Tiffany Haddish took a moment to tell People about the "recycled" dress she was wearing during the evening's awards show, saying that the gown makes her feel like a "goddess" and that she feels invigorated whenever she's seen rocking it in public.

It makes me feel like a goddess. I feel beautiful. It makes me want to say 'Hey, look at me girl.'

Indeed, Tiffany Haddish looks great in the gown, and we look forward to seeing where she wears it next. When she's not seen in that dress, however, Haddish has a couple of upcoming projects in the works. She'll next be seen in Night School, Uncle Drew and Tracy Morgan's new TBS show The Last O.G. later this year. Haddish also recently filmed a role in The Oath, the upcoming comedy-thriller from first-time director Ike Barinholtz (MADtv, The Mindy Project). Haddish also has an upcoming animated show on Netflix from the creator of the great BoJack Horseman in the works. She also recently took the time to tell the story of when she met Beyonce, and that's well worth your time. Give that a listen.

Will Ashton

Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.