Tiffany Haddish missed out on a Golden Globes nomination, but the “Girls Trip” star isn’t sweating the snub.
“I ain’t worried about that,” the 38-year-old actress said at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards Wednesday night.
“Is that going to get me a check?”
Co-star Jada Pinkett Smith, on the other hand, blasted Golden Globes voters after the comedy was completely shut out from the nominations.
“I’m not upset about @TiffanyHaddish or @GirlsTripMovie not getting a nom… I’m discouraged about the fact that the Hollywood Foreign Press/@goldenglobes wouldn’t even WATCH the movie,” she tweeted last month.
Haddish said she was only interested in the award ceremony if it included a check at the end of the night.
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“Girls Trip was one of the most successful films this summer & Tiff was hands down the funniest person on screen in 2017 and we couldn’t get eyes on the film or a press conference. How could a nom happen & how much more critical acclaim must a movie have to simply get a screening?”
But Haddish, who starred in the Malcolm D. Lee movie along with Queen Latifah and Regina Hall, said she has bigger things to focus on that the award show — especially her newfound success
“The only part that’s blowing my mind is where’s my sleep at? I mean I planned for this. You know when you plan to buy a house and you finally move into the house and you’re like, ‘Yeah!! It’s my house! I did the work!’ It’s a great feeling,” she said Wednesday night.
“So is my mind blown? No. Am I surprised? No. Am I happy? Yes. Am I grateful? Yes!! ‘Cause all that hard work is finally paying off.