The 75-year-old television personality stars alongside the rapper on 'Martha & Snoop's Dinner Party' and says that the 44-year-old musician was ''really fun''.
Speaking to ET Canada, Martha said: ''We had very fun guests [on 'Martha & Snoop's Dinner Party']. Snoop was a delight to work with, really fun.''
The format of the programme is a talk show with a twist, with Martha and Snoop hosting a televised dinner party for their guests.
For the founder of Martha Stewart Omnimedia, the fast paced filming was something she wasn't used to, but she said it was ''spontaneous''.
She revealed: ''We filmed 10 episodes in five days with two days of preparation! There's spontaneity, the guest list came together also sort of at the last minute, we have very fun guests.''
The guests for the time being have been kept under wraps, although the 'Drop It Like It's Hot' rapper did reveal on his Instagram account that two of the guests would be fellow rapper 50 Cent, and actress Bella Thorne when he shared a picture of them with the two hosts.
He captioned the image: ''Real gs n tha kitchen #MarthaAndSnoop @bellathorne@marthastewart48 @50cent @VH1 (sic)''
Martha then posted the photo on her own account, saying she ''couldn't wait'' to show audiences what they had filmed.
She said: Regram from @snoopdogg! Rehearsal is in full swing! Can't wait to show you what Snoop and @marthastewart48 are cookin' #MarthaAndSnoop (sic)''
'Martha & Snoop's Dinner Party' will air on VH1 this Autumn.
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