Dogg's dinner? Snoop and 'homegirl' Martha Stewart make dinner party TV
The rapper and the doyenne of domesticity will host new unscripted show for VH1, which will see the pair hosting dinners attended by celebrity guests
In what’s surely one of the unlikeliest pairings to ever grace the small screen, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have been brought together to co-present VH1’s new unscripted series, Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party.
The weekly series, of which a full season has been commissioned, according to the Hollywood Reporter, will see the two throw a joint dinner party each episode with surprise celebrity guests.
VH1 describes the 10-episode series as a “half-baked evening of cocktails, cooking, conversation and fun where nothing is off limits”.
In a statement, Stewart also hinted that show will have a competitive element, saying that it “will redesign the traditional food competition shows in a new, different and very funny way”.
Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party marks the duo’s first collaboration, but the pair have been featured together before.
Most recently, they competed on ABC’s gameshow $100,000 Pyramid. The two also took turns mocking Justin Bieber on a Comedy Central’s roast, (“I taught Snoop that the most important thing in business is diversification,” Stewart joked during the show); while Snoop Dog once appeared as a guest on Stewart’s now defunct talk show, Martha.
“My homegirl Martha and I have a special bond that goes back,” said Snoop Dogg, in a statement.
The show is set to debut this fall. The guests have yet to be announced.