Snoop Dogg Wants To Find BFF Martha Stewart Her Ideal Man

Molly Houghton

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A mere few weeks after Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg showed just how well they know each other with Jimmy Fallon's Friendship Challenge, the rapper is back in the spotlight, proving this hilarious relationship knows no bounds.

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In an interview with E! News Daily Pop, Snoop was asked to play matchmaker for his close friend and famous TV personality. "Martha Stewart has openly talked about how she is looking for an ideal man who is 10 years younger," said the Daily Pop host. "Look, you know Martha. You know a lot of dudes in the game. I feel like Martha could hang at the cookout. Who would you set Martha up with on a date?"

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Snoop then revealed a fun fact about his good friend: "She is very picky," he said. "And she is so direct about how she likes to do things. It's gonna have to be somebody who really understands direction and knows how to take control but at the same time be led because she's a natural leader."

While the latest The Voice mentor might have given some serious thought to his friend's love life, these BFFs are usually found cracking up - and making the rest of us laugh with them. Like that time when the duo appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show with Anna Kendrick for a hilarious game of "Never Have I Ever." In case you were wondering, we learned that they've both been to a nude beach, used their celeb statuses to get out of trouble, and a few other naughty things.

Or how about that other LOL-worthy moment when the stars recreated a romantic scene from 1997's Titanic. But Stewart and Dogg swapped a gigantic boat for a kitchen since the video clip was an ad for the BFF's cooking show, Martha & Snoop Potluck Party Challenge. Check out the hilarious promo for yourself above. And in case you need a reminder, here's the original film scene they based it on. These partners in crime aren't the only surprising duo found in Hollywood. From 50 Cent and Meryl Streep to Friends' Courtney Cox and singer Ed Sheeran, there's a long list of unexpected celebrity friendships.