Tiffany Haddish To Host “Saturday Night Live”

October 30, 2017  |  

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From the moment I saw her interview on “The Breakfast Club,” I knew that Tiffany Haddish would be a star. The fact that she stole virtually every scene in “Girls Trip,” only confirmed that she had that “it factor.”
So it comes as no surprise that the people at NBC and “Saturday Night Live” have tapped Haddish to host the show on November 11.

Haddish will be hosting in promotion of her upcoming book, The Last Black Unicorn, “an unflinching collection of (extremely) personal essays” set to be released on December 5.

While folks are certainly excited about the news, there are those who are taking great issue with the fact that the musical guest on November 11, is Taylor Swift.

But in the midst of the complaints, there was one great solution.

Still, we have to admit that Taylor Swift has beaucoup fans. No doubt, they’ll all be tuning in. And hopefully, they too will discover Tiffany’s brilliance.


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