Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg team up for cooking show on VH1


Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg will star in a cooking show that will debut Nov. 7  on VH1.

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The 45-year-old rapper and the 75-year-old business woman and television personality will team up to bring viewers the "most ridiculous dinner party" in "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party."

Other celebrities that will appear on the show include rapper 50 Cent, Keke Palmer, DJ Khaled, Robin Thicke and Bella Thorne, according to VH1.

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The program will show Snoop and Stewart crafting and serving food and drinks with the help of their guests. They'll also give tips on how to host a successful dinner party.

"My homegirl Martha and I have a special bond that goes back," Snoop said in a statement. "We're gonna be cooking, drinking and having a good time with our exclusive friends."

Snoop and Stewart, an unlikely duo, have appeared together on ABC's "100,000 Pyramid" and Comedy Central's "Roast of Justin Beiber," and the rapper has been a recurring guest on Stewart's long-running talk show.

"At our dinner party, we will exemplify America's fascination with food, entertaining and celebrity," Stewart said, noting that "Dinner Party" "will redesign the traditional food competition shows in a new, different and very funny way."


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