There are some awesome celebrity friendships out there, but nothing is quite as good as the companionship between Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg. The two co-star a show together on VH1, but it's their off-screen friendship out that's got everyone wondering: how did they become pals in the first place?
On Tuesday, Snoop spoke to Howard Stern about his friendship with Stewart. He said that they've been enjoying working together professionally for over a decade, but that they first bonded at Justin Bieber's Comedy Central Roast.
Snoop told Stern, "The whole roast, I'm just smokin' dope. It's just secondhand smoke, secondhand smoke. By the time she get up there to tell her jokes– she's whacked out of her head, but she steals the fucking show. She's the funniest motherfucker there...She was loose as a goose, high as a motherfucker, and she went up there and killed it...She came back and sat next to me, and I said, 'Martha, you see what I did for you? We need to do more things together."
Snoop also spoke about the pair's relationship in an interview with People last year, where he said, “She let’s me do me and accepts me for who I am,” says Snoop, 46. “She doesn’t try to change me.” The pair certainly does well together; last year, their cooking show Martha and Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party earned an Emmy nomination.
Speaking to People, Snoop says, "“Martha will always be a friend."