Martha Stewart Quiz

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8 questions

Martha Helen Stewart was born August 3, 1941 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Where is this city located on the map?

36% got this right

Kostyra is Martha's maiden name, she changed it when she married Andrew Stewart in 1961.

Martha started working at the age of 13 and continued throughout college to pay for her tuition. What job was it?





Hard  6% got this right

She worked with clients from Unilever to Chanel, and she said she could sometimes make up to $50 an hour.

This is a clip of Martha Stewart describing her time spent in prison. What state

West Virginia

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She served time at the West Virginia federal prison camp for women, known as “Camp Cupcake".

In 2013, Martha Stewart wound up in a lawsuit with Macy's after partnering with which department store?

J.C. Penney


Neiman Marcus


72% got this right

Martha had begun working on product partnerships with J.C. Penney while still under contract with Macy's.

What rapper did Martha Stewart become close friends with after his appearance on "The Martha Stewart Show" in 2008?

Snoop Dog

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Doggy Dog

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"I like his laid-back energy," Stewart said on the Today show, "I like his outspokenness. I like his sense of timing."

This American variety show starring Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg premiered on VH1 in 2016. What is the name of it?

Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party

High at Home with Martha & Snoop

Martha & Snoop Cook 'til you Drop

What's Smoking with Martha & Snoop

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Every episode the duo invited different celebrity friends over for cocktails, cooking, conversation, and fun.

What is the ingredient that Martha Stewart has said she will never, ever use?

Truffle Oil


Canola Oil

Pine nuts

Hard  34% got this right

"It's bad. They've done many studies on it. It's synthetic, it's fake, it's horrible. It clings to your tastebuds."

What is Martha Stewart's net worth?

$400 million

$200 million

$600 million

$800 million

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