Tiffany Haddish apologised for her disastrous New Year's Eve standup set when some fans booed and walked out. Other celebrities came to her defence.

  • Tiffany Haddish apologised for forgetting her jokes during a New Year’s Eve standup set.
  • Videos of fans heckling Haddish and of her speculating whether she’d show up on TMZ went viral on Twitter.
  • After Haddish’s apology, other celebrities came to her defence.

Tiffany Haddish apologised for bombing a New Year’s Eve stand-up set in Miami, after videos of people booing the show went viral on social media and multiple people walked out.

“Yes this happened. I wish it was better Miami. I prayed on it and I have a strong feeling this will never [happen] again,”Haddish wrote on Twitter.

Performing at the James L. Knight center in Miami, Haddish forgot several of her own jokes and was openly disappointed by the response to the ones she did remember, according to The Root.

And in an Instagram video that morning, she said she was up until 7 a.m. partying. Some fans heckled her during her set.

“This is gonna be on TMZ or whatever,” Haddish said after apparently forgetting one of her jokes. (She was right.)^tfw^tfw

After Haddish apologised, a range of celebrities – from Kathy Griffin to Marlon Wayans – supported her, and said mistakes happen to everyone.

Haddish seems to be recovering from the mishap the way many of us do: She watched the Taylor Swift concert documentary on Netflix.

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