Martha Stewart dirty joke
TV personality Martha Stewart began her career as a model and a stockbroker before starting her own company, Martha Stewart, Inc. She is now the CEO, chairwoman and president of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSO), a highly successful conglomerate with branches covering publishing, broadcasting, direct mail, and other avenues she founded in the late 1990s. A best-selling author, Stewart was shot to fame in 1982 with the release of “Entertaining,” a cookbook featuring recipes and photos from parties she hosted.
The book was an immediate success and became a New York Times best-seller. Since the auspicious debut, she has released several more books, including “Martha Stewart's Quick Cook” (1983), “Martha Stewart's Hors D'oeuvres” (1984), “Martha Stewart's Pies & Tarts” (1985), “Weddings” (1987), “The Wedding Planner” (1988), “Martha Stewart's Christmas” (1989), “The Martha Rules” (2005) and “Martha Stewart's Homekeeping Handbook” (2006). The founder of seven magazines, most notably “Marta Stewart's Living,” has also enjoyed popularity as the host of the long-running syndicated series “Martha Stewart Living” (1993-2004), from which she won eight Daytime Emmy Awards, including four in the category of Outstanding Service Show Host. Currently, she hosts the successful spin-off show “Martha,” which debuted in October 2005. Martha Stewart date of birth August 3, 1941,
The following year, Clarkson Potter published “Martha Stewart's Homekeeping Handbook.” The same year, Stewart made a special appearance in an episode of the ABC series “Ugly Betty.” In 2007, she was featured in the documentary film “Martha Stewart Crafts.”
In 2008, Stewart purchased the rights to the Emeril Lagasse franchise of cookbooks, television shows and kitchen products for $50 million.
Martha Stewart's Clean Laundry Detergent promises to remove tough stains. Consumer Reports puts it to the test along with more than 50 other laundry detergents.