Martha Stewart And Snoop Dogg Are Doing “A Dinner Party Show” For VH1

August 8, 2016 / Posted by:

Variety reports that my dreams have come true, because Snoop Dogg and his fancy lady friend Martha Stewart  are doing a show together. VH1, a network that already won my heart ten times over with excellent reality TV programming such as Rock of Love and I Love Money, has ordered an unscripted series starring Martha and Snoop tentatively titled Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party. The show will feature Martha and Snoop hosting dinner parties every week for a bunch of famous guests. Somewhere Khloe Kardashian is like “Hey guys, if you need any advice or tips on how to do that, feel free to gimme a call! I can talk any time! Schedule is totally open!

I’m sure that there are probably a whole lot of people who think this is random, but it kind of makes sense that they’d team up and do a show together. Martha and Snoop have been friends for a long time, and he used to show up on her show from time to time for cooking segments. They were most recently seen together at Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central roast.

Martha and Snoop talked a little about their new show in a pre-taped clip that aired on Good Morning America today. I believe Snoop when he says they got together over herbs and “atmosphere“, because he sounds stoned as hell.

Of course, now it’s only a matter of time before the Hedy to Martha’s Allie, Gwyneth Paltrow, announces that she too is launching a dinner party series. The only difference is, hers will of course be so much better. It will co-star her rapper friend Jay-Z under the condition she never, ever uptight white girl dance on stage at one of his concerts ever again. Instead of celebrities, they’ll host a variety of billionaires. Instead of airing on VH1, each episode will air on a paywall-blocked website that is only accessible with an AmEx black card or proof of a recent yacht rental. And instead of getting high on weed before hand, they’ll crawl into a small closet, stuff some towels under the door crack, and get high off their own massive egos.

Pic: VH1

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