Wake up to the latest pop culture news, including the death of actor Jackson Odell at age 20.
On Celebrity Family Feud, Chris Massey and Kyle Massey may be best known for their roles on Nickelodeon and Disney respectively, but there’s more than enough reason to believe they’ve moved on from kids shows. Chris used to play Michael Barrett on Nickelodeon’s Zoey 101, while Kyle played Corey Baxter on the Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven.
On Celebrity Family Feud, Steve Harvey and the whole crowd fell in love with the eccentric Grandpa Billy.
Jennie Garth's daughter surprises Steve Harvey with her answer to, "Ladies, name something you'd love Steve Harvey to teach your man how to do better."
On "Family Feud," an Army sergeant may have perfectly summed up how America feels about our beloved Steve Harvey.
Steve Harvey can't believe this former "Bachelor" contestant's ridiculous answer on "Celebrity Family Feud."
At first she resisted, but finally Sabrina Bryan had to admit that Nathan Morris’s rendition of the Boys II Men hit “I'll Make Love to You” was “so good.”
On Celebrity Family Feud, Steve Harvey got an education from Neil deGrasse Tyson on the proper pronunciation of "Uranus."
Steve Harvey makes fun of Pittsburgh Steelers running back, Le'Veon Bell, for his goofy answer on 'Celebrity Family Feud.'
The question that left Gary Payton, Pedro Martinez, and Cecil Fielder scratching their heads was, "Name a word that rhymes with "Yummy?"
Steve Harvey is shocked when his wife answers that a married woman might trade her man in for a “really good pool boy” on “Celebrity Family Feud.”
Tortillas? Dough? Masa? All were part of the excursion into Latino culture in a face-off between George Lopez’s team and Eva Longoria’s.
On Match Game, Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones REALLY wanted the contestant to get some points. Snoop gave one of the worst answers ever on Celebrity Family Feud. Host Steve Harvey asked Snoop to complete the phrase “Pie in the what?”, and Snoop replied, “Horse.” Harvey took every opportunity to tease Snoop about his answer, and those opportunities came in droves.
On Celebrity Family Feud, Steve Harvey welcomed Indy Car drivers and was let in on a disgusting secret about how they go so long without stopping to use the restroom.
It was a bare-knuckle brawl on Celebrity Family Feud as Victor Ortiz and company squared off against Sugar Shane Mosley and friends. The show started with Victor hitting his buzzer before Steve could even finish the category, something that Steve typically mocks a contestant for, but the Feud host just let it slide. Later in the game, Ray Mercer and James Toney came face-to-face before battling it out, as if they were standing in the middle of a boxing ring.
Snoop Dogg squared off against Sugar Ray Leonard on Celebrity Family Feud and the very first question was right up Snoop’s alley. Steve Harvey asked, “Name something grandma might do if she caught grandpa smoking marijuana.” Even though Sugar Ray was known for his speed, Snoop was able to hit the buzzer first.
First time’s the charm this week on Saturday Night Live, as Russell Crowe takes the stage at Studio 8H to host the late night program. Yup, the Oscar winner has never hosted before! (Let’s hope fellow Best Actor honoree Leonardo DiCaprio will follow in his footsteps soon.) Though Crowe has never hosted SNL before, he has made an appearance on it — by way of an impersonation from Taran Killam. In May 2014, Killam played Crowe in a “Celebrity Family Feud” sketch, pitting American singers against international singers. The Americans were led by Justin Timberlake (played by host Andrew Garfield), while Crowe joined the international team.
Mario Lopez’s Multiple ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ Fails Mario Lopez vs. Joey Lawrence? Whoa! It was a battle of the teen heartthrobs onCelebrity Family Feud this week, but after just one success, former Saved by the Bell star (and currentExtra host) Lopez just couldn’t seem to land an answer on the board.