Tiffany Haddish's Re-Worn Alexander McQueen Dress Takes Center Stage on 'SNL'

Haddish was the first African-American woman to host the sketch show in its decades-long history.

Comedian Tiffany Haddish hosted Saturday Night Live this past week while proudly resurrecting an outfit from her wardrobe.

As she graced the SNL stage Saturday, Haddish, who stars in the hit movie Girls Trip alongside Queen Latifah, wore a white Alexander McQueen gown, the same one she wore on the red carpet at the July premiere of the film.

While giving her opening monologue, Haddish defended her style decisions after she had apparently been told previously never to do so.

"I don’t give a dang about no taboo — it’s a four-thousand dollar dress,” she said. “I’m gonna wear this dress multiple times.”

She went on to compare the dress' price tag to the amount of her mortgage.

However, the dress appeared to have something of a different look, since the frock Haddish wore on SNL had a slit.

She later donned the dress again during the show as she appeared during the “Weekend Update” sketch to reassure the audience that she would wear it again.

"You can absolutely wear the same dress twice," Julia LeClair, co-founder of Orchard Mile, told Inside Edition. "Especially if it's an investment piece, you want to be able to wear it again."

Haddish is the first African-American female stand-up comedian to ever host SNL.