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Martha Stewart Reveals New Evidence of a Life Well-Lived to Ellen DeGeneres

Nude beaches get the Stewart stamp of approval

On Wednesday’s Ellen Show, host DeGeneres got her guests Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg, and Anna Kendrick to play along in a revealing little game of “Never Have I Ever”—with some very unexpected answers.

For instance, lifestyle guru, business magnate, and dinner party host Stewart admitted that she is pretty plugged in to modern romantic behaviors. Yep: Martha has sexted.

“Martha, do you even know what sexting is?” a shocked DeGeneres asked her guest.

“I have used technology for a lot longer than you have, Ellen,” Stewart responded archly. (As a documented drone and hoverboard fan, this is a statement that can’t be denied.) The group also shared their experiences drunk-dialing exes (Martha, of course, refrains from such behavior) and returning clothes after having worn them (again, etiquette maven Martha would never do such a thing; Snoop Dogg, on the other hand, is not afraid to take back a pair of shoes that hurt his feet).

Martha also shared a distinctly European perspective on nude beaches, as she responded that she had indeed visited at least one before.

“Haven’t you been to Sand Beach on St. Bart’s?” she asked Kendrick and DeGeneres when they both revealed they had not participated in the pastime of bathing sans apparel. (She was referring to the exclusive Caribbean island of St. Barthelemy, known as a vacation hotspot for elite travelers.) So now we know: according to Stewart, sexting and nude beaches are a good thing.

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