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Seven Four Questions with Snoop Dogg on the Set of 'Dogg After Dark'

Snoop Dogg on the set of 'Dogg After Dark'
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LA has a diverse cast of characters. Whether it's the characters with stirring stories or interesting occupations or the people who are just simply characters, this town has them all. In an effort to get to know some of those characters a little better, we've created "Seven Questions with..."

Today's subject is Snoop Dogg.

Due to time constraints, however, we were only able to ask Snoop four questions. Since he's a busy man (rap icon, TV star, business man, youth football coach) and he's Snoop Dogg, we definitely aren't mad at him.

We caught up with him at The Kress, the multi-level Hollywood hotspot that Snoop and MTV have taken over for tapings of his new talk show "Dogg After Dark," which airs Tuesday nights at 9pm on MTV. When we say "taken over," we mean it. The rapper's got his family in the kitchen cooking up some delicious chicken wings, while members of the show's writing staff are sitting in the restaurant's metallic gold booths planning out the night's taping.

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Also, there was no shortage of females at The Kress, they too had taken the place over. These young ladies brought their A-game; dressed to impress the Dogg and his television audience. We had to walk through a sea of skirts and tiny dresses to obtain our credentials.

Snoop, who had just finished a plate of chicken wings that were in his words, "good as a motherfucker," allowed us to sit down and talk with him before having to change clothes for the show.