Tiffany Haddish’s awkward red carpet interview about ‘costume’

Catching a glimpse of the Oscars is no easy task. Celebrities invest a lot of their thoughts and time in them.

When reporter Lauren Zima called Tifanny Haddish’s Oscars 2022 red carpet look a “costume,” the comedian had an appropriate response that has since gone viral.

However, the interview was quite awkward when, following the reporter’s comment about the star’s dress, Tifanny commented that Lauren was not wearing shoes.

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What did Lauren Zima say about Tiffany Haddish?

Lauren is a reporter for Entertainment Tonight and interviewed celebrities during the 94th Academy Awards.

When Tiffany arrived at the Oscars after-party in a custom-made Dolce & Gabbana lime green dress, Lauren asked her, “Did you do a little costume change?”

The comment didn’t sit well with Tiffany, and she corrected the reporter by saying, “I’m not wearing a costume. I wear Dolce and Gabbana. It’s called an evening dress, darling.”

“This is not an acting gig, this is my life. This is what fame looks like. This is what success looks like. This is what money looks like. That’s the way it is, that’s the way it is,” she replied.

The comedian also made a few comments about the reporter’s looks. She said: “You’re out here with no shoes, I’m jealous. You’re not uncomfortable or anything, are you? I know because you don’t wear heels. I don’t feel well, but I look good.”

Twitter reacts to viral red carpet interview

The last few Oscars have given viewers plenty to talk about, including Tiffany’s viral interview.

In response to the comedian’s response to the reporter, one tweeted: “Well if @TiffanyHaddish would have thwarted the interviewer who called her dress a costume, I could understand it, but look how Tiffany handled it. Like the comedian she is! “The comeback is always cute!”

“Yeah, why did she call it a costume, for example?” Like Tiffany Haddish is supposed to be a spectacle or something. That drag was well deserved.” called Another.

A fan with a contrary opinion wrote: “I don’t get the whole Tiffany Haddish moment. Clothing is often referred to as costumes and costume changes in the entertainment industry. Why was that offensive? Remember my profession is a wardrobe stylist and costume designer.”

“Costume design” was largely reserved for characters and/or performers, which is why TV show and film stylists are not called stylists, but costume designers. On the red carpet, Tiffany Haddish was not in the role. She was herself. The appropriate term is wardrobe,” tweeted a.

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Comedian shows support for Will Smith

In addition to her response to Lauren, Tiffany is also in the news for showing her support for Will Smith following his incident with Chris Rock.

“It meant so much to me to see a black man stand up for his wife,” she said PEOPLE.

“As a woman who was vulnerable, if someone says, ‘Hide my wife’s name, leave my wife alone,’ that’s what your husband is supposed to do, right? Protect yourself,” she said.

She also noted that the moment “meant the world” to her.

In other news, Lupita Nyong’o was caught in another iconic Oscars moment ahead of Will Smith

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