5 women who absolutely need their own late-night show

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BURBANK, CA – APRIL 29: Actress Tiffany Haddish during panel discussion at the TBS’ FYC Event For “The Last O.G.” And “Search Party” at Steven J. Ross Theatre on the Warner Bros. Lot on April 29, 2018 in Burbank, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images)

Tiffany Haddish

Tiffany Haddish has had a pretty stellar couple of years. She started her career appearing on shows like My Name Is Earl and Chelsea Lately. Haddish then landed recurring roles on shows like Real House Husbands of Hollywood and The Carmichael Show before hitting it big.

In 2017, Haddish was in the hilarious smash hit Girls Trip along with other funny females like Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Regina Hall. That’s when people really started noticing her, and just how funny she is.

Since Girls Trip, Haddish has had a Showtime comedy special, Tiffany Haddish: She Ready! From the Hood to Hollywood, released a best-selling memoir, and even became the first black female comedian to host Saturday Night Live — that’s a pretty big deal! You can also catch her this summer hosting the MTV Movie and TV Awards.

Now imagine Tiffany Haddish hosting her own late-night show. She’s brash, unapologetic, and loud. She would have people peeing in their seats (as opposed to on a zip line!). Not to mention, there’s definitely a lack of diversity on the late night scene. Except for Trevor Noah, it’s all white men, and Haddish would be the perfect woman to break that monotony.

Remember the hubbub she caused when she told the story about an unnamed actress biting Beyonce’s face at a party? Imagine the kind of stories she could tell if she had her own platform on TV every night? She definitely has an in with some very powerful celebs. So we could expect juicy stories from Haddish’s celeb pals, who we are certain would drop by on the show.

Because when you’re hosting a show, who you know is very important.