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Snoop Dogg And Martha Stewart Are Getting Their Own T.V. Show

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A couple of BFFs chuckling at Comedy Central's Roast of Justin Bieber last year. (Kevin Winter/ Getty Images)
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Celebrity BFFs Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart will be joining forces to bring love, laughs, and light to your television screens in the near future with a new show on VH1, tentatively titled "Martha & Snoop's Dinner Party." Those network execs keep comin' up with funky ass sh*t like every single day.According to Variety, the show "will feature the lifestyle maven and the D-O-double-G teaming up each week to host a dinner party with celebrity guests."

"My homegirl Martha and I have a special bond that goes back," said Snoop in the video announcement on Good Morning America today, which was very, uh, flirtatious! "Martha's smoking in the kitchen...and she can cook too." Snoop, you...dogg!

WATCH: @MarthaStewart and @SnoopDogg teaming up for new cooking show on VH1, "Martha and Snoop's Dinner Party." https://t.co/ZZKu7xIy3r

— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 8, 2016

Stewart said that the show will "redesign the traditional food competition shows in a new, different and very funny way," combining entertaining, food, and celebrity. We are very interested in what the "competition" element will be, but we will say that Martha does in fact, know how to roll a fatty, in case anyone doubted her.

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The friendship between Snoop and Martha is a beautiful, enviable thing. Let's hope they bust out some of their festive Christmas brownies on their guests at some point, or perhaps these luscious mashed potatoes: