Rapper Snoop Dogg will make his first appearance on “The Price Is Right” in January, during the show’s first-ever celebrity week special.
Snoop Dogg will join co-host Drew Carey and other celebrities, who will take on contestants for good causes.
The proceeds from the celebrity edition of “The Price Is Right,” which is the longest-running game show in TV history, will go to the celebs’ favorite charities.
Snoop, who also gets to spin the wheel during the show, may have faired better than his opponents, according to the show’s producer.
“It was a lot of fun to watch these celebs play our iconic games,” Executive Producer Mike Richards said in a statement. “Each one had their own unique strategy to win. Let’s just say Snoop knows more about the price of grocery items than you might think!”
Other celebs who will compete during “The Price is Right’s” first ever celebrity week include Jenny McCarthy, Neil Patrick Harris, Chris Daughtry and supermodel Heidi Klum.
Snoop is playing to raise funds for his Snoop Youth Football League (SYFL) non-profit, which teaches children the importance of teamwork, camaraderie, and education through football.
Monday, January 2 — Snoop Dogg playing for Snoop Youth Football League
Tuesday, January 3 — Jenny McCarthy playing for Generation Rescue
Wednesday, January 4 — Neil Patrick Harris playing for The Noreen Fraser
Thursday, January 5 — Chris Daughtry playing for Alzheimer’s Association
Friday, January 6 — Heidi Klum playing for Unicef