Tiffany Haddish just stole the show at the Venice International Film Festival.

The Girls Trip actress rolled up to event in a Cruella de Vil-esque two-toned gown from the Christian Siriano Pre-Fall 2019 collection. The color-blocked dress featured a white bodice with a square top and a black, pleated skirt. Haddish paired the dress with black shoes from Le Silla.

“It was nice being on the Red Carpet again I definitely had a experience @venicfilmfestival,” the actress wrote. “Everyone was telling me it’s usually so much more, But for me it was perfect.”

Haddish was promoting her new movie The Card Counter, which follows Oscar Isaac as an ex-military man who gets tangled in gambling. In her caption, the 41-year-old star said, “Make sure you see my movie @thecardcounter you will be very entertained.” She also thanked her stylist, Law Roach, as well as the others who helped construct her look, by saying, “Thank you is in order to the Glam team styled by: @luxurylaw. Makeup by: @ernestocasillas. Hair styled by: @hair4kicks. Hair color by: @greg_gilmore. Dress by : @csiriano. Jewelry by: @pomellato. Shoes by: @lesilla. #SHEREADY.”

While Haddish's dress was breathtaking, we also couldn't get over her bold new bleach-blonde pixie cut.

The actress has been rocking a similar color lately, but with a shoulder-length bob. This new 'do is reminiscent of when Haddish shaved her head back in 2020 during an Instagram live. When the star clipped off her locks, she revealed she had been “wanting to do it for years.”

We got a better view of this new cut in a video Haddish shared that was taken on the red carpet. In the clip, the comedian has her back turned to us before she looks over her shoulder, smiles and sticks out her tongue. “I have some many things to say why don’t you say it for me,” she said. “Caption This! #sheready.”

Fans were obsessed with the whole ensemble, saying things like “You look AMAZING” and “Hot AF.”

We have to agree.

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