By: SportsGuyMike Luper – Sr. Contributing Editor
Tiffany Haddish’s success … is kind of like a sperm’s flight? Leave it to the Girls Trip star to share what could have been an off-putting analogy and make it seem downright charming.
The 38-year-old covers the latest issue W, and inside, she gets real about her successes and failures, and how her stint in the foster system and time homeless made her stronger.
- “In failure, there can be success. By that I mean you can learn what not to do. I find the funny in a lot of failures, because I’ve had enough of them,” the Girls Trip star says. “But I am resilient, my soul is very determined. Ever since I was a little sperm, surrounded by all those other sperm that were stronger than me, had a longer tail than my tail, swam faster than me, I made my way through. I got knocked into other sperm—it was a battle, but I made it to the end.”
- She also talks about her approach to getting snubbed in the Supporting Actress category at the Oscars this year.
- “I could have been mad,” Haddish says. “But I would always rather try to be funny in any situation. Even when people are laughing at me in a mean way, I still feel some kind of healing from it. When I get super-depressed, I’ll go on YouTube and look up ‘babies laughing’ just to change my mood.”
W magazine’s latest cover star @TiffanyHaddish tells us about *that* white Alexander McQueen dress, her childhood crush on Steve Urkel, her life-changing ‘Girls Trip’ audition and a whole lot more: https://t.co/ejLGqb24oe pic.twitter.com/pMl0M0UrRD
— W magazine (@wmag) April 19, 2018
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