Haddish noted in her SNL monologue that her entire team had cautioned against wearing the garment again, saying wearing the same dress to more than one high-profile event was “taboo.”

“I feel like I should be able to wear what I want, when I want, however many times I want,” Haddish joked—”as long as I Febreze it!”

It’s easy to guess what the comedian will wear if the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences comes calling, either with an award or an invitation to host: The dress. She’ll wear it if she gets married, if you invite her to your wedding, even in her final resting place, she promised in her SNL monologue:

If I die—which I hope I never do, I hope I live forever—but if I die—and even if I become fat as hell, If I’m the biggest, fattest, I don’t care—when I’m laying in that casket, guess what’s gonna be laying on top of that fat-ass body? This dress.

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