Over the years, there have been a number of duos that have taken over Hollywood, but none have the same effect as Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart.
The unlikely yet iconic duo has worked together on numerous projects, and now they are teaming up once more.
PEOPLE reports that the rapper and lifestyle guru will reunite for a Halloween special on Peacock.
The upcoming special, the first partnership between Peacock and Buzzfeed, entitled "Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween" is a cooking competition coming to the streaming giant this October.
Skilled bakers will be split into groups of three and will be tasked with building a "full-sensory 12x12 Halloween world." To distinguish it from the standard cooking show, the chefs will be asked to make something that is "inspired by the concept of fear." Snoop Dogg and Stewart will serve as judges for the competition. alongside Tasty food content creator Alvin Zhou.
According to Fox News, Snoop Dogg and Stewart first collaborated back in 2008 when he appeared on her show and famously helped her cook mashed potatoes. In a second visit, he assisted with green-colored brownies.
It’s only a matter of time before Stewart finally appears as a featured artist a rap song.
Lights, camera, action! Get the latest updates on movies and television from The Reel Buzz on Audacy.