In fact, he says he'll drop everything to share the stage with the X Factor legend.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, Snoop defended Honey G and her mentor Sharon Osbourne from the critics.
"When people have been managing the biggest bands in the world for 40 years, they can question her. Until then, critics can shut the hell up," he stated bluntly.
Snoop went on: "[Sharon] knows what she is doing. She knows the public want to be entertained.
"What's the alternative? Listen to 12 people sing power ballads for the whole season? Simon and Sharon know that ain't going to make a fun show."
He added: "I will drop whatever I have on to give them an X Factor exclusive and duet with Honey.
"I hope that encourages fans to pick up the vote and keep her in, because I guarantee we can give a performance like The X Factor ain't never seen before."
We're sure Honey G will be up for it, previously revealing her love of Snoop's music.
She said at judges' houses: "When I was younger, I always remember I knew all the words to the Snoop Dogg Doggy Dog's Doggy style album.
"I think I was born to perform."
Snoop's invitation to duet with Honey G follows him offering to sign her up himself.
The American music star said previously he was keen to work with Honey on a record and would fly her over to the states to create a song together.
He said last month: "If Simon doesn't take her through to the live shows, she ain't got to worry, I will work with her.
"I'll fly her over here, and we can record a song together, maybe even shoot a video."
The X Factor continues Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.