Tiffany Haddish & Maya Rudolph Presented At The 2018 Oscars & People Are Convinced They’d Be The Greatest Hosts

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On Sunday evening, popular comedians Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph presented at 2018's Oscars — and people were incredibly impressed by the dynamic duo. Many on social media found the pair's chemistry undeniable and their presentation hysterical. In fact, some suggested that the duo star in their own movie or television show, considering how well they play off of each other as partners. And lots of people suggested they just go ahead and host the 2019 Oscars already.

Haddish and Rudolph were presenting the Oscar for Best Animated/Live Action Short at the 90th annual Academy Awards. The duo opened their presentation by walking up to the microphone holding their respective high heels, saying they were "so happy to be there" but that their feet hurt so they decided to wear slippers while presenting.

Rudolph then began joked that while they were thrilled to be at the ceremony, they were also "a little nervous too," because, "a few years ago, people were saying the Oscars were too white and, since then, some real progress has been made." Haddish then added, "When we came out together, we know some of you were thinking — are the Oscars too black now?"

Rudolph responded by jokingly reassuring the audience, saying, " We just want to say, don't worry, there are so many more white people to come." Haddish added, "So many — we just came from backstage and there are tons of them back there. And not just movie stars. There are white people walking around with head sets, white people with clip boards ... "

The audience couldn't get enough of Haddish and Rudolph's brief presentation. As they told each joke, people became more and more convinced that they'd basically be the most perfect hosts for next year's big event.

Hosting Duties

samlansky on Twitter

Haddish and Rudolph probably could have easily hosted the entire ceremony.

Put Them In Everything

alannabennett on Twitter

People want to see Haddish and Rudolph star in every possible form of entertainment.


pronounced_ing on Twitter

Nearly everyone seemed to agree that the duo is golden.

Thelma and Louise

louisvirtel on Twitter

Haddish and Rudolph reminded some of another famous dynamic duo.

Write It Now

carolineframke on Twitter

Screenwriters should probably get to work ASAP.

A Million Dollars

blankcheckpod on Twitter

Funding Rudolph and Haddish is probably a very good idea.

Sudden Realizations

senor_swinson on Twitter

People found themselves discovering needs they didn't even know they had.

Oscar For Haddish And Rudolph

trishbendix on Twitter

The pair weren't even nominated, but they certainly won the night.

Present Everything

waflanagan on Twitter

Haddish and Rudolph could probably present every Oscar and people would be fine with it.


derrickclifton on Twitter

Some felt unworthy of watching the pair's fantastic performance.


sarahisrael on Twitter

Haddish and Rudolph's performance spoke to people.

Jimmy Who?

acmbicu on Twitter

Some wanted to see the pair take over Oscar hosting duties straight away.

Running The Country

sbstryker on Twitter

There are so many pathways for the pair to pursue.

Good Money

christopherhine on Twitter

Haddish and Rudolph could certainly capitalize on their newfound appeal as a partnership.

Next Year's Hosts

mrfilmkritik on Twitter

Many already know who they want to see headlining the 91st annual Academy Awards.

Interviewing James Comey?

sbstryker on Twitter

People want to see Haddish and Rudolph in any and every context.

Haddish and Rudolph's performance clearly resonated with people watching the Oscars on Sunday evening. Hopefully the women will respond to popular demand and the world will soon be seeing more from the impressive pair.