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Martha Stewart Was Just Asked If She'd Consider Dating Pete Davidson—And Hoo Boy

Martha was asked during an appearance on 'The Drew Barrymore Show'.

Martha Stewart; Pete Davidson
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Domestic goddess Martha Stewart has become well known on the internet for her thirst traps, and SNL alum Pete Davidson has become famous for dating some of the most desired women in entertainment.

And Stewart is open to the idea of the two joining forces.

During an appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show this week, Stewart told Barrymore she would consider dating Davidson.

See the segment below.

Would Martha Stewart Date Pete Davidson? | The Drew Barrymore

It all went down during a game Barrymore had Stewart play called "Red Flag, Yellow Flag, Green Flag" in which different dates were suggested and Stewart would indicate whether she'd say no way (red), be on the fence (yellow), or give the guy a chance (green).

Barrymore started off by merely suggesting Stewart date someone who "has as many tattoos as Pete Davidson" and Stewart was game. But then Barrymore took things a step further, suggesting Davidson himself.

Stewart didn't even hesitate to hold up her green flag.

Stewart then said she thought Davidson was "sort of cute" before telling an anecdote about how they know each other.

Stewart told Barrymore:

"I know him…He was on the [Justin] Bieber roast with me, do you remember? He was this little twerp. He was even twerpier than Bieber."

Stewart went on to say:

"He's a very good guy, and he knows how to get in and get out."

That's certainly one way to sum up Davidson's relationship history.

Stewart was talking, of course, about Davidson's reputation for brief relationships with famous women, like his romances with pop star Ariana Grande and Kim Kardashian. But Barrymore's face—and those of her audience—pretty much said it all.

And on Twitter, Stewart's take on Davidson definitely had people gasping.

But not everyone was turned off by the idea.

We wish Martha and her little "twerp" every happiness.