Yes you read that headline right, the rapper and the domestic diva have joined forces to create a new show where they will host various celebrity guests for dinner. The Chronic Recipe sounds like it would be a more appropriate title for the new show but they went with Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party. You can see it this coming fall on VH1, so get your DVR’s ready.
This is one dinner party I wouldn’t want to miss. I am already a super hardcore Martha fan and add in several dashes of the Doggfather and you have all the ingredients you need for an interesting and fun show.
This is not the first time these two have hung out or teamed up. Snoop was a regular guest on Martha’s show where he mashed potatoes, made brownies and helped her with crafting projects. They also both attended Justin Bieber’s roast on Comedy Central and were on the new version of 100,000 Pyramid with Michael Strahan. Continue reading
The show wasn’t specific at all with what kind of injury Melissa Gilbert had or exactly why she left the show before it was over and went to have something checked out. Could it possibly be an old injury or from her back surgery she had in 2010?
*Update* MELISSA GILBERT SUFFERED FROM A MILD CONCUSSION AND WHIPLASH.
Let’s all hope Melissa is doing fine and will be back to practicing for next week’s dance!!
An online campaign, that pushed Mattel to make a bald Barbie in light of kids who have hair loss from alopecia or chemotherapy, got so much attention, now Mattel is going to create ‘her’.
The campaign, called “Beautiful and Bald Barbie! Let’s see if we can get it made” reportedly convinced Mattel to create this bald ‘friend of Barbie’ doll, by getting so much attention and ‘likes’ on their Facebook page.
Bald Barbie won’t just come ‘bald’ in a box says CBS News, but she will have wigs, hats, scarves and other accessories to give children “a traditional fashion play experience.”
CBS also reports that Bald Barbie is going to be a V.I.P. doll, as she will not be sold in stores, but “will [only] be donated to children’s hospitals and the National Alopecia Areata Foundation.”