Martha Stewart Reveals Naughty Side, Admits To Sexting, One Night Stand, And (Maybe!) Threesome

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By Anne Lu | June 29, 2013 5:47 PM EST

Domestic diva Martha Stewart always has an upright reputation, someone who personifies harmony in home. But lately, the 71-year-old household maven has shown her adventurous side when she said she was willing to try Internet dating. And more recently, Martha has also admitted to having a naughty streak when she revealed that she has had a one night stand and "maybe" even had a threesome.

Martha appeared on the U.S. talk show Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday night, revealing her wild side in a series of yes or no questions. Host Andy Cohen asked questions about Martha that another guest, White House Down star Maggie Gyllenhaal, had to answer with a "yes" or "no."

That portion of the show was inspired by Martha's separate live interview with Andy last week, wherein she admitted that "Of course I know how to roll a joint!"

Since the septuagenarian was so refreshingly honest, Andy decided to ask her more revealing questions, starting on whether or not Martha has done a one night stand. The answer, which Maggie got right, was yes.

Martha also said yes to sexting and getting a speeding ticket (but she was able to talk herself out of it, but said no to taking a dip in the lady pond, going to a strip club, and drinking when she was underage. And when asked whether or not she has been in a threesome, Martha mysteriously answered with a "maybe."

She was also in a playful Fifty Shades of Grey mood during the late night programme when she agreed to spank Andy with a bejewelled paddle, ordering him to "beg me."

Things got a bit serious when a caller asked Martha on her opinion on fellow celebrity culinary connoisseur Paula Deen, who is currently embroiled in an alleged racist scandal and is being dropped by her sponsors and her show producers.

"I feel sorry for Paula Deen. She's a public figure and I know you have to be extremely careful when you're a public figure so I don't want to say whether I agree with her or not. I just feel that you really have to watch yourself especially in this day and age with cameras all over you and Google and records, it will be there forever."

She remained safe with her answer when asked if the Food Network was right when they cancelled Paula's show.

"No comment."

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