Watch Tiffany Haddish completely lose it when Ellen reveals the best surprise ever.

Tiffany Haddish, breakout superstar of the reach film “Girls Trip, ” is honest, bold, and utterly hilarious — especially when she’s just being herself.

Her recent come-up is especially notable dedicated her difficult childhood. Haddish and her siblings entered foster care after their mother was diagnosed with a debilitating mental illness as a result of a traumatic brain trauma.

Haddish had behavior matters and a tough time in school but never lost her quick witticism and drive. She never stopped grinding in pursuit of a career in comedy. Decades afterward, she’s finally getting her due.

Photo by Nicholas Hunt/ Getty Images.

This week, Haddish appeared on “The Ellen Show, ” and the topic speedily turned to Haddish’s fondness for Oprah Winfrey.

She told host Ellen DeGeneres about her plan to go into business selling vegetables with the notoriously garden-loving legend, calling her imaginary venture “Tiff& O’s” — “‘Cuz I’m likely going to be doing most of the work, ” Haddish explained.

Haddish also told the story of running as an extra in the made-for-TV movie “Their Eyes Were Watching God, ” which Oprah produced. Haddish was on defined, telling jokes to the other background performers between takes when Oprah walked by and told her, “You’re a very funny lady! ”

At the time, Haddish responded like the majority of us would when coming face to face with a compliment from Oprah:

Oprah asked her name and told Haddish to write to her and maintain her posted on her stand-up career. Haddish assured Oprah she would.

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