DJ Khaled, Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg and Robin Thick promoted the upcoming TV show “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” in their pajamas. (Courtesy Instagram)

DJ Khaled, Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg and Robin Thick promoted the upcoming TV show “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” in their pajamas. (Courtesy Instagram)

Scoop: Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart have slumber party with musical pals

It’s such a pumped up promotion, but we can’t resist: Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg pushing their upcoming unscripted cooking show, “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” with a slumber party on Sunday with DJ Khaled and Robin Thicke.

They wore pajamas, ate waffles, eggs and popovers, and drank from diamond-encrusted goblets, New York magazine reported. The festivities were documented on DJ Khaled’s Instagram.

Snoop and Martha have some history. Snoop was a guest twice on Stewart’s TV show. And they were chill (or boring, to some) on an episode of the “100,000 Pyramid.”

They also sat near each other at Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central Roast last year, and Stewart had some pithy comments:

“It’s nice to see Snoop again, one of the highest-rated episodes on my show, Martha Stewart Living, was when Snoop and I made brownies together. I’ve used his recipe ever since. As a matter of fact, I ate three of them right before they called and asked me to do this roast. Snoop, I see that you have been following my beauty regimen. You would never know that Snoop Dogg is 43 now, which is three times as long as actual dogs live and twice as long as most of his friends.”


Katy Perry announced to her 92 million Twitter followers that she helped bring her older sister’s baby into the world — and also got to work in a timely fashion.

On Monday, she shared, “Helped deliver my sister’s baby at 2pm & am in the studio by 8pm. GET A GIRL THAT CAN DO BOTH!” (While that doesn’t make perfect sense, we get the gist that Katy’s a doer who follows the advice of her own lyrics.)

It famously wasn’t the first time she handled such a task. In 2014, the pop star assisted the same sister, Angela Hudson, as she gave birth to her first child, and posted, “It’s been a miracle of a day… Auntie Katy aka Stylist Auntie.”

Meanwhile, still no response from Perry’s former pal and fellow superstar Taylor Swift about Perry’s comment that she’d be open to collaborating — if Taylor says she’s sorry. (Ain’t that the hardest word?)


The folks from “Family Feud” announced that the Bay Area’s Hundal family is making its debut on the game show with Steve Harvey on Friday, and its appears as though the guys did well … because they’ll be back for another appearance (or two).


San Francisco Giant Derek Law is 26. … Rapper Nas is 43. … Entrepreneur Robert Herjavec is 53. … Actress Melissa Leo is 56. … Singer John “Bowzer” Baumann of Sha Na Na is 69. … Actor Sam Neill is 69. … Actor Walter Koenig is 80.

— Staff, wire reports

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