Tiffany Haddish shines brightly in neon jumpsuit at the Bad Boys For Life premiere in LA
Tiffany Haddish blinded on the red carpet during the Bad Boys For Life premiere Tuesday in Hollywood, California.
Haddish, 40, wore a chartreuse neon jumpsuit with wide sleeves with open toe black heels during the premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater.
Native Los Angeles wore her hair up and accessorized with earrings at the premiere.
Shining star: Tiffany Haddish, 40, blinded on the red carpet during the Bad Boys For Life premiere Tuesday in Hollywood, California
Haddish now also has a movie in theaters with the title Like a Boss, in which she shares the screen with Salma Hayek and Rose Byrne in the business-oriented comedy.
The star told it The Washington Post Friday during the movie’s premiere in Washington, D.C., she started working professionally with the cast of the movie.
“My favorite part of working on this film was developing a relationship with Rose Byrne and Salma Hayek and, oh my god, Jennifer Coolidge is amazing. And Billy Porter, “she told the newspaper. “Those relationships that I created by working on this film were worth it.
‘New friends, learning experiences and it was a big growth process for me. That makes me a better person now. “
Stylish: Haddish wore a chartreuse neon jumpsuit with wide sleeves with open toe black heels during the premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater
Fashionista: The native LA wore her hair up and accessorized with earrings
Headwoman: Haddish now also has a movie in theaters with the title Like a Boss, in which she shares the screen with Salma Hayek and Rose Byrne in the business-oriented comedy
The film casts Haddish and Byrne as business partners in a cosmetics company; Haddish told the outlet that she finds Oprah Winfrey the world’s best boss as someone who “employs a lot of people,” a goal she hopes to achieve someday.
“I want to be able to do something like that,” said the actress Girls Trip. ‘I want to be able to hire a lot of people and place food on people’s tables and study their children and create generations. I think that’s important. “
Haddish, whose Netflix comedy special Black Mitzvah started streaming last month, said she believes “women are the best bosses” because of temperament.
“Let’s face it, we run businesses better than men because we can handle emotions,” Haddish said.
Radiant: the actress seemed to be in a great mood during the Hollywood event
In the spotlight: the star posed when dozens of cameramen made her image
Busy beauty: Haddish’s Netflix comedy special Black Mitzvah started streaming last month
To talk with Hola USA On Saturday Haddish described the moment when she realized that she was indeed a boss.
“When I started signing a salary, I realized that I am a boss,” she said. “When I realized I could fire you if you didn’t show up on time – that’s a boss. When I had to pay taxes for every employee – that’s a boss. “
Like a Boss is now in theaters, while Bad Boys For Life comes to the cinema on Friday.