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For a woman that has dabbled in television, publishing, and several business ventures, calling Stewart a jack of all trades would be an understatement. From starring in several cooking shows including "Martha Knows Best" and "The Martha Stewart Show" to befriending rap icon, Snoop Dogg, there's no telling what to expect from her, but so far, fans have adored her charming unpredictability.
After the magazine unveiled their surprising March feature star, fans flooded in with comments praising the publication for their interviewee choice, and the 79-year-old for dipping her toe in the high-fashion pool, wearing a stunning black, Balmain dress.
"What an excellent choice of an interesting person to feature. Thank you!" one person commented.
"Jesus Christ, Martha! Please don’t come for my husband," wrote another. "Umm Martha did not come to play."
"Martha is that you?" another person chimed in, while another fan pointed out how ageless Stewart looked calling her "the ageless wonder."
Many fans also took to Twitter to gush over Stewart's photoshoot. "This is what 79 looks like," someone tweeted. "Martha Stewart, still a goddamn inspiration," tweeted another.
By every indication, her interview with Harper's Bazaar was going to be one for the books, and thankfully, it did not disappoint. It starts off by claiming Martha Stewart "is the original influencer," and it only gets better from there.
Stewart opens up about life after prison, her interest in cannabis— and missed career opportunities that she regrets to this day.
"My only big regret that I can talk about is that Saturday Night Live asked me to host. My probation officer wouldn't give me the time," she explained.
Stewart also revealed that one of the keys to her success is working with your staff - but not thinking you're above them.
"There’s no hierarchy in my life. I will wash the floor if I have to wash the floor. I’ll take out the garbage if nobody else has taken out the garbage," Stewart said. "The CEO should be available to everybody at all times, if possible."