Tiffany Haddish knows she wasn’t her best self during her New Year’s Eve stand-up show in Miami. The comic is now ready to turn up the laughs, and will soon be inviting NYE ticket holders back for a better experience.
“I’m going back this summer and I’m going to be doing a big show,” Haddish, 39, said on Jimmy Kimmel Live. “And anyone who has a ticket from New Year’s Eve, from that night, they can get in for free if they present the ticket. If they don’t have the ticket it will be, like, $20.”
Proceeds from the show will go to the Department of Children Services. Haddish has been very open about her childhood growing up in the foster care system.
When it comes to the disastrous night, Haddish admitted that too much alcohol may have been her downfall.
“I danced all night. I drank more than I ever have in my entire life,” she said. “My kidneys fell out. I’m pretty sure my Uber rating dropped a little low because I pooped on myself a little bit … It was bad.”
By the time she hit the stage, her hangover was still going strong.
“I was looking at everybody and I saw the lights and my soul just left my body.”
The show soon went viral, with video of fans walking out flooding social media. As a result, Haddish will be banning cell phones from future performances.
Check her out below.