Karl Stefanovic and Snoop Dogg sing in bizarre Today segment

Marni Dixit
·Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
·2-min read

Snoop Dogg joined Karl Stefanovic for a chat on the Today show on Tuesday and the presenter couldn't have been more excited for the interview.

"I've been waiting my whole life to interview Snoop Dogg," Karl said excitedly.

Snoop Dogg joined Karl Stefanovic for a chat on the Today show on Tuesday. Photo: Nine
Snoop Dogg joined Karl Stefanovic for a chat on the Today show on Tuesday. Photo: Nine

"Finally I got to drop it like it's hot, Australia, because Snoop's in the house. Check it."

The pair were chatting about Snoop's collaboration with Menulog, with the rapper featuring in a new ad that will air during the State of Origin on Wednesday night.

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"I'm a massive fan of your music, I've always wanted to see you at Coachella. In fact, even just a couple of years ago, I was in LA in Malibu and you showed up like an apparition at night, and you started playing at this little small party I was at and the whole joint just went lit," Karl said.

Snoop, responded, by revealing that Australia is one of his favourite spots to tour, "Probably the best tours I've ever been on was when I went to Australia with a group of guys some years ago. We had the time of our lives."

"We just really fell in love Australia, New Zealand, the whole thing, it was a beautiful experience," he said.

Karl said he couldn't wait for Snoop to come back to Australia to tour so he could be in the front row, but the rapper jumped in, saying Karl would be "backstage with us".

The presenter then brought up the rapper's recent 49th birthday, asking, "How old are you? 35 or something? You look amazing!"

Snoop Dogg appeared on the Today show to promote his new Menulog ad which will air during State of Origin on Wednesday. Photo: Menulog
Snoop Dogg appeared on the Today show to promote his new Menulog ad which will air during State of Origin on Wednesday. Photo: Menulog

To which Snoop quickly responded that he'd stopped counting over the years, but added, "In dog years, I'm probably like 150-something."

Clearly a huge fan, Karl then proceeded to tell Snoop that he's even got his cookbook at home with the rapper saying he'd cook for the presenter next time he's in the US.

At the end of the interview as things were wrapping up, Karl and Snoop broke out into song with the rapper singing, "I come from a land Down Under."

Karl quickly joined in, continuing the song, "You better run, you better take cover," before the pair said goodbye.

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