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Entertainment Tiffany Haddish Welcomes Marlon Wayans While Filling In As Guest-Host On ‘Ellen’

14:41  19 october  2020
14:41  19 october  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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TIFFANY HADDISH returns as guest host ! The award-winning star was Ellen ’s first guest of Season 18, and now she's getting into the hosting chair to interview First, Tiffany welcomes her longtime friend MARLON WAYANS ! The comedian and actor, along with his famous family, has been in the

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Tiffany Haddish is taking over Ellen's chair once again.

Marlon Wayans, Tiffany Haddish posing for a picture: Marlon Wayans and Tiffany Haddish. Photo: Michael Rozman/Warner Bros. Marlon Wayans and Tiffany Haddish. Photo: Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.

On Monday, the "Girls Trip" star is guest-hosting "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", and she's bringing on old friend Marlon Wayans to help keep the comedy going.

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Haddish and Wayans get going by remembering how they first met when she was only a teenage aspiring comedian, as well as reminiscing about a party they went to at Eddie Murphy's house in 2005.

"And then you kept looking at me like I was crazy," Haddish recalls.

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— marlon wayans (@ MarlonWayans ) January 1, 2019. Haddish previously tweeted a link to an article that dubbed her Dec. 31 set a “bomb,” adding that she agreed with the assessment while promising fans she wouldn’t let them down in the future.

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"Cause I look at you know like you're crazy," Wayans jokes. "2005? I don't remember yesterday, girl!"

He then adds, "I do decent in life, but Eddie Murphy's house is so nice, I feel poor. I left his house feeling so unaccomplished. I wanted to rob him."

Wayans also talks about working with comedy icon Bill Murray and Rashida Jones on the new film "On the Rocks", directed by Sofia Coppola.

"Bill is a lot of fun. He's like a 70-year-old kid," the actor says. "You wanna spank him, but you don't wanna pull his pants down and see his a**."

He also describes Murray as a "unicorn," explaining that like Dave Chappelle, when it comes to being friends with him, "He's here one day, he's gone the next."

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Also on the show, Haddish has Wayans help her out with a very unconventional beauty treatment using food items like wasabi that leaves her in tears from the burning.

"But do I look like a Kardashian?" she asks, before adding, "It's making me drool."

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