“If they’re not talking about you, then you’re not doing your job.” Words spoken like a true entertainer! Funny lady, Tiffany Haddish is the cover star for the Glamour September 2018 issue! Haddish gets real about the Queen Bey, prospective suitors and… Who Framed Roger Rabbit??
Yes, Tiffany has taken inspiration from everywhere. Even powerful lines from 1980’s hit films. Nevertheless, Tinseltown’s newest comedic darling knows exactly who she is and where she is going; and Glamour mag is showcasing it all.
Beautiful Black Women: Tiffany Haddish for Glamour September 2018
Glamour Magazine is super excited to reveal their upcoming cover star. On social media, they gave their readership a sneak peek of the fashion editorial and brief description of their Haddish exclusive. The mag states,
“Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the “fetchest of them all? Tiffany Haddish, obviously. [Online and on YouTube] watch our September cover star break down the most infamous scenes in pop culture; and reveal What Would Tiffany Do.
‘I was low on the totem pole. Now I’m number, like, three on the call sheet. It’s a whole other ball park.’ On the cover of our September issue, Hollywood’s most unfiltered star, Tiffany Haddish; has words for everyone – including those who-bit-Beyoncé conspiracy theorists. Read her full interview at the link.”
So what does Tiffany talk about during What Would Tiffany Do? WARNING: Slight spoiler alert! Haddish gets real about what she would of done if she had been Carrie in Sex in the City; or one of the ladies of Mean Girls. Yup… it’s pretty fetch.
Photography by Billy Kidd
Fashion Styling by Law Roach
Makeup Artistry by Dionne Wynn
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