Ahead of the Monday, March 21, premiere of the new competition TV series, the "Stronger" songstress posted a clip to Instagram on Sunday, March 20, urging her fans to tune in to NBC while seemingly teasing the humorous banter viewers can expect from the celeb pals on American Song Contest.
In the hilarious video, Clarkson, 39, is seen laughing up a storm with Snoop, who appeared in a purple jumpsuit with bright yellow shoes and his signature sunglasses while talking to someone off camera. The Voice coach seemed to be having a ball with her costar, as she grabbed onto his arm while cracking up and telling the camera to watch their new series.
"We're ready for the premiere of @americansongcontest…are you? Tune-in tomorrow night at 8/7c on @nbc," she wrote alongside Sunday's post.
Clarkson's Instagram post comes in the midst of a sexual assault lawsuit lodged against her costar. And while she has not yet directly commented on Snoop's latest scandal, Clarkson still seems to be a big fan of the "Drop It Like It's Hot" artist.
Last week, Clarkson shared another post with Snoop following news of the bombshell claims, as she is seemingly keeping her focus on their upcoming show rather than getting involved in his legal woes.
As OK! previously reported, Snoop was named in a sexual assault lawsuit last month after a woman with the pseudonym Jane Doe claimed to have been assaulted by the rapper — whose full name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. — and his associate Bishop Don "Magic" Juan.
The accuser — who used to work as an onstage dancer — insisted the alleged attack took place in May 2013 after she was offered a ride home from Juan following Snoop's concert in Anaheim, Calif. According to her suit, she fell asleep in the car and woke up being taken to Juan's house rather than her own.
Doe claimed she ended up going inside the home because she was "exhausted," but when she woke up again, Juan had "removed his penis from his pants," and "repeatedly shoved his penis into [her] mouth."
Afterwards, the accuser was allegedly told to meet Snoop in the studio, which she agreed to do in the hopes of "advancing her career." However, when she arrived to the studio, she claimed she didn't feel well and went to the bathroom, where Snoop allegedly walked in and forced her to perform a sexual act, according to the court docs.
Snoop has since denied the allegations, calling Doe a "gold digger," since she coincidentally filed the lawsuit right before his Super Bowl halftime performance.