Steve Harvey Talks Kardashians' 'Family Feud' Episode: 'Kim Didn't Know Nothing'

Kim Kardashian 'didn't know nothing' on 'Family Feud,' Steve Harvey says

Kim Kardashian 'didn't know nothing' on 'Family Feud,' Steve Harvey says

Until then, the host of the show, Steve Harvey, is spilling some details about the famous faces and what actually happened during the game.

On the other hand, hubby Kanye West was "the best Celebrity Family Feud panelist" they have ever had.

As for how the Kardashians fared on the show, Harvey admitted, "Kim didn't know nothing", before revealing that Khloé was very competitive with the Selfish author.

Harvey explained that Kim hopped on one side with Kanye and three of his family members, while the opposing team consisted of her mother Kris Jenner, Khloe, Kendall, Kylie, their grandmother MJ, and family friend Johnathan Cheban. He loves the show, &rdquo.

Steve Harvey shocked the world today when he revealed to Ellen that Kanye West, has in fact, SMILED.

Kanye - who is a die hard Family Feud fan - couldn't hide his enthusiasm for the game, cracking one of his rare but ever-endearing smiles while playing. When I talked to him ... just tune in and you'll see Kanye smiling.

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Casually after stating his joy at seeing Kanye so happy, he said, "Kim didn't know nothing" while shaking his head at the thought of her answers. When you don't give a good answer, they go, 'What did you say?' [I was] going, 'You're supposed to go, 'Good answer.' And they fire across at each other.

Steve says fans will get to see how "competitive" Khloe is with Kim. The episode is set to air next month with more information becoming available in the near future.

"[Kanye] said, 'I want to play, I've always wanted to play.' So he bought his family, some people you don't know, these cousins", Harvey said.

Footage of said smile, along with the rest of the episode, is expected to be released in May.

"It's the best episode", Harvey remarked.

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