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Snoop Dogg to Join NBC as Special Correspondent for Paris Olympics
As the highly anticipated Paris Olympics approaches, fans worldwide are in for a treat as they witness not only the world’s greatest athletes but also an unexpected addition to the coverage team – none other than Snoop Dogg himself.
A Unique Twist on Olympic Coverage
This summer, NBC announced that rapper, actor and entrepreneur Snoop Dogg will be joining them as a Special Correspondent for their primetime Games coverage alongside esteemed host Mike Tirico. This collaboration promises to bring a fresh and unconventional perspective to the event.
An Unconventional Role Fit for Snoop Dogg’s Style
From July 26 onwards, Snoop will embark on an exciting journey through the City of Love where he will explore iconic landmarks, attend Olympic competitions and events, and engage with athletes’ friends and families. With his distinctive flair and charismatic personality, there is no doubt that he will leave his mark on this historic occasion.
A Childhood Dream Realized
“I grew up immersed in watching the Olympics,” expressed Snoop with excitement. “Witnessing these incredible athletes showcase their skills and dedication in Paris is truly remarkable. I cannot wait to infuse my unique style into the mix. Get ready for the most epic Olympics ever!”
Continuing a Legacy of Entertaining Olympic Commentary
This is not Snoop Dogg’s inaugural venture into Olympic commentary. During the delayed Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics, he teamed up with comedian Kevin Hart to provide highly popular highlight commentary on Peacock, leaving fans entertained and craving more.
An Unpredictable Addition to NBC’s Coverage Team
“Snoop Dogg brings an unparalleled perspective that keeps us all guessing,” remarked Molly Solomon, executive producer and president of NBC Olympics Production. “Although we never know what surprises await us each day, we are certain that his presence will elevate our reimagined primetime show like never before.”
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