Oscars 2018: Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph ditch their stilettos onstage at the Academy Awards

Jennifer Kline

Why do we ever wear stilettos when slippers exist?

Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph strutted onstage at the Academy Awards with their heels in hand before delivering the best award introductions of the night.

After Tiffany complained that she'd been wearing her heels since early Sunday morning, Maya countered that she'd been wearing hers for weeks: "Girl, my pinky toe fell off!"

The two had the crowd in stitches from start to finish as they mimicked the many "white people" running around backstage, including many sporting headsets and clipboards. "I'm personally not a fan of white people with clipboards because what are they writing about me?!" Tiffany griped.

"Don't worry, there are so many more white people to come," Maya assured the crowd, lest anyone worry that the Oscars had become "too black."

Shoutout, too, to Tiffany for wearing her favorite white gown -- she first wore it to the "Girls Trip premiere," and then against months later when she hosted "Saturday Night Live." "I feel like I should be able to wear what I want, when I want, however many times I want, as long as I Febreze it!" she's proclaimed.

Sorry, Jimmy Kimmel: The best bits of the night clearly belonged to these two! (Don't feel bad for Jimmy, though. After the ceremony was over, he headed to his own after-party, where he was gifted a bedazzled Don Julio 1942 Magnum covered in crystals. So, he's okay.)