AceShowbiz - Martha Stewart believes going a little naughty may boost her coffee brand sales. The 81-year-old TV personality decided to go topless to promote her coffee brand Green Mountain Coffee.
In an Instagram video uploaded on Thursday, September 8, the businesswoman cradled a cup of coffee while wearing nothing but her white apron in her kitchen. "Oh hi there. I'm just enjoying the natural flavor of Pumpkin Spice," she said to the camera. "From Green Mountain coffee roasters and nothing else, literally. Just look at this, a thing of natural beauty…no, no, no not me."
"My Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Pumpkin Spice Coffee it's made with natural flavors that means they've stripped away the artificial and left nothing but goodness … what can I say we have a lot in common," Martha continued. In the caption, she wrote, "When you brew full-flavored Pumpkin Spice coffee at home with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, there's no need for a coffee run - so savings come naturally."
Many of her 1.7 million followers were completely delighted and took to the comments section to gush about the playful clip. Among those who raved over her creativity were actress Ellen Pompeo, model Karlie Kloss and designer Dennis Basso.
"Day Made," Ellen hilariously quipped alongside a fire emoji. Karlie, in the meantime, left a simple row of smiling face with heart-shaped eyes emojis. As for Dennis, he commented with a trio of fire emojis.
Her fans and followers also praised the lifestyle maven, with one saying, "Martha you just get better and better," and another writing, "Martha you have killer shoulders." Someone posted, "Advertising at its finest!!"
Martha's eye-catching video arrived on the heels of her new Las Vegas restaurant, The Bedford, opening. Hinting that she's not slowing down her epic career, she told HollywoodLife.com last month, "It's a rather strange time for me [to do this]. When most people my age are retiring, I embark on a restaurant of all things." She continued, "I've always wanted a restaurant, and this opportunity I couldn't pass down. I just love the idea."