Snoop Dogg Wants 'Coronation Street' to Throw Him a Bone: "If They Call Me, I'll Do It"

"I love the cinematography, acting, the storyline"

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Mar 24, 2023

Though Snoop Dogg is only years removed from going From Tha Street 2 Tha Suites, it sounds like the West Coast legend would double back if Coronation Street came calling.

Speaking with The Sun at the launch of his new partnership with cryptocurrency casino Roobet in Berlin Wednesday (March 22), the hip-hop legend said that, given the chance, he'd love to be sippin' on gin and juice at the Rovers Return Inn.

"I love it," he told the tabloid of the show, which has long aired in Canada on CBC. "If they call me, I'll do it. I'll play [whatever] they need."

What is it about Corrie specifically that delights the Doggfather? "I love the cinematography, acting, the storyline and just the reality," he shared. "I'd like to be part of it because they've been part of my culture."

The long-running English drama isn't the only Coronation Snoop has his eye on, telling The Sun that he'd be interested in performing as part of King Charles's coronation concert on May 7: "Make it happen."

Of course, the artist has long admired the late Queen Elizabeth, who is said to have kept him from getting kicked out of the UK in the '90s while facing first and second-degree murder charges he would later be acquitted of.

"The queen said, 'This man has done nothing in our country. He can come,'" Snoop recalled in an interview last year. "The queen, n—, bow down. When the queen speak, bow down. That's Harry and Williams' grandmother, you dig? You think they weren't there, saying, 'Grandma, please let him in, grandma. He's OK. We love his music.' 'You know Harry, I'll let him in for you. He's not so bad after all and he's quite cute.' … The queen, that's my gal."

This summer, Snoop Dogg will hit the streets road on a summer North American tour.

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