Hold the presses. What could rapper/actor/all-around sesh-master Snoop Dogg and 75-year-old homemaking maven Martha Stewart have in common? A joint TV show, as it turns out.
No, not that kind of joint, although we wouldn’t put it past Snoop. We’re talking about a new unscripted show in which the two personalities host a dinner party each week. It’s genius, really, because who wouldn’t want to sit in on a swanky supper soiree with Martha and Snoop?
As of right now, the show’s scheduled to premiere this fall on VH1, which means it doesn’t have a Canadian broadcaster just yet. But we do know that this is supposed to be the antithesis to the traditional food competition shows we’ve seen so much of lately, so we’re crossing our fingers that Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party crosses the border soon.
The episodes feature celebrity guests from each star’s walk of life dining together, and we can just picture all of the mismatched personalities now.
“At our dinner party, we will exemplify America’s fascination with food, entertaining and celebrity,” Stewart says in a press release. “Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party will redesign the traditional food competition shows in a new, different and very funny way.”
“My homegirl, Martha and I have a special bond that goes back,” Snoop adds. “We’re gonna be cooking, drinking and having a good time with our exclusive friends. Can’t wait for you to see how we roll together!”
And no, he doesn’t mean “roll.” Although wouldn’t it be an added bonus if they offered their guests pot brownies or cookies for dessert?
For those wondering, the two already have a TV history together. Not only did they both recently appear on ABC’s game show 100,000 Pyramid, but they also both killed it at The Roast of Justin Bieber last year, and of course, no one can forget these mashed potatoes. Mmm, mashed potatoes.
“I can’t wait to get Snoop in the kitchen,” Stewart says huskily in a new promo video, proving these two are in on the joke.
“Martha? Oh yeah, she’s smokin’ in the kitchen… and she can cook, too,” Snoop says.
Admit it, you want to watch. We know we do.
Need more? Check out this preview clip courtesy of Good Morning America.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 8, 2016