Martha Stewart
TV personality Martha Stewart poses behind the drapes during Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber at Sony Studios in Culver City, California March 14, 2015. Reuters/Kevork Djansezian

VH1 is creating what is perhaps one of the oddest pairings in food and creating a television series of it. Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg are slated to arrive together in the small screen in the fall.

The new US show's working title is “Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Not only will the unscripted show put together the media and music moguls together, but the two will have other celebrity dinner guests as well. While the entire roster of guests are unknown at this point, Grub Street claims that Justin Bieber and Dr. Dre will make appearances.

A statement issued by the television network describes the new show as “a half-baked evening of cooking, conversation and fun where nothing is off limits."

The two have been put together before and that they do have television-worthy chemistry. One particular instance was when the two participated in Comedy Central’s dig at Bieber in March 2015. However, the two have not been partnered up in this particular setting before.

Stewart herself has promised that “Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party” will “redesign the traditional food competition shows in a new, different and very funny way.” Likewise, Snoop is quite excited to work together with Stewart again. He shared that they have a “special bond,” which will be evident in the show.

Chris McCarthy, the president of VH1 and Logo, issued a statement on the new project as well. He shared that food, fun and guests are what make a great party. These things, put together by “two of pop culture’s biggest icons… will be unforgettable.”

Indeed, it will be particularly entertaining to see how the 75-year-old homemaker will stack up against the 44-year-old rapper.

VH1 will debut “Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party” sometime in the fall, but the specific details have not yet been announced. The show is, however, currently under a 10-episode contract.