Martha Stewart's new favorite thing is incredibly unexpected

Meyers: "It's more for me -- it beckons to a dark apocalyptic future"

By Sarah Gray

Published September 23, 2014 1:36PM (EDT)

  (screenshot/"Late Night with Seth Meyers")
(screenshot/"Late Night with Seth Meyers")

Martha Stewart appeared on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," on Monday night, to discuss everything from her new cookbook, to selfies and, yes, of course, her drones.

Meyers is a bit wary of drones. Not because he believes that they're going to crash into his head, but because it "beckons to a dark apocalyptic future."

Stewart, well-known for her drone advocacy, tells Meyers that she uses her drones for aerial shots of her property, parties and "spying on guests."

In a slightly more telling moment, discussing Google Earth, you can see the tensions between privacy and technology, which surround the use of drones. Watch below:


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