Tiffany Haddish’s iconic white Alexander McQueen gown has taken its final bow.

In the comedian’s upcoming interview with David Letterman for his Netflix “My Next Guest Needs To Introduction”, Haddish, 39, revealed that after wearing the $4,000 dress five times, including the upcoming interview, it’s finally time to let it go.

“I love this dress and it’s getting tight,” she said to Letterman as she sat down. “Like my career is getting big and I think my body is getting bigger.”

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And after a few wears, Haddish says she believes the McQueen dress has finally served its purpose: “I wear it to the grocery store, I wear it to the DMV. That’s how I get recognized. It’s how I get to the front of the line.”

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The gown made its first public appearance at the 2017 premiere of “Girls Trip” before popping up again at the MTV Movie and TV Awards in 2018 and while she presented at the 2018 Academy Awards with Maya Rudolph.

During her hosting gig at “Saturday Night Live”, Haddish rocked the dress once again while delivering her opening monologue, “I feel like I should be able to wear what I want, when I want, however many times I want as long as I Febreeze’d it.”

Haddish’s interview on Netflix’s”My Next Guest Needs No Introduction” is available to stream now.