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Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph were tired of wearing high heels.

The two actresses presented the Oscar awards for best documentary short subject and best live action short film holding their sparkly heels.

“I’ve been wearing these shoes since 11 o’clock,” Haddish said while wearing furry slippers.

“Since the Critics’ Choice Awards, my pinky toe fell off,” a barefoot Rudolph quipped.

They went on to joke that with the two of them on stage, the audience might be wondering, “Are the Oscars too black now?

The pair made quite the impression — so much so, that plenty of people on social media are calling for Haddish and Rudolph to host.

Haddish also changed out of her Eritrean-inspired red carpet gown and into a dress audiences have seen before: The Alexander McQueen dress she wore to the “Girls Trip” premiere.

When Haddish hosted “Saturday Night Live” earlier this year, she promised viewers she would keep wearing the dress over and over and over again.

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