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Bella Thorne and 50 Cent Among First Guests for Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg’s Potluck Dinner Party

In case you didn’t already know, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg are great friends. They previously teamed up for a killer stint on The $100,000 Pyramid and even created a few dishes together on Stewart’s daytime series. Now, they’re once again joining forces for a new project for VH1. The duo will throw fun gatherings with different groups of celebrities for a series called Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. Each week, they’ll be called upon to create drinks and dinner recipes, all while living it up.

As Variety reported, the first episode will have the likes of 50 Cent, Keke Palmer, Robin Thicke, Bella Thorne, DJ Khaled and October London sitting down for delicious grub and conversation this fall. Think of it as Graham Norton in a home setting, with more food and alcohol. As we’ve seen with the British chat show host, grouping a bunch of famous people in a relaxed setting makes for some unforgettable moments.

We don’t have a premiere date as of yet, but with fall TV already gearing up, that will likely change very soon. Honestly, I’m all for celebrities hanging out and letting their guard down. It helps me filter out the problematic faves who will almost certainly reveal themselves, like what happened with that infamous Captain America: Civil War cast dinner on Chelsea. Still wondering why one would put the word black in quotations when talking about diversity.

(via Variety, image via screencap)

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