Good answer, good answer! The West family and the Kardashian family will go head-to-head in Celebrity Family Feud on an episode airing Sunday, June 10. Until then, the host of the show, Steve Harvey, is spilling some details about the famous faces and what actually happened during the game. "Kim [Kardashian] didn't know nothing. Nothing," Steve joked during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
On the other hand, hubby Kanye West was "the best Celebrity Family Feud panelist" they have ever had. "His people said, 'Steve, this is the most Kanye has ever smiled since we've been working with him.' Kanye smiled!" the 60-year-old host explained. "When I introduced him, he smiled. When I talked to him on the panel, he smiled. Just tune in and you'll see Kanye smiling. He's happy!"
Although Kanye is notorious for never smiling, it shouldn't be too shocking for fans that keep up with the family to hear how excited he was. Back in February, when the episode was taped, Kim shared several candid photos from the day on Snapchat — and Kanye was smiling!
"If you guys don't know, Kanye and I are the biggest fans of Family Feud," she told fans on social media. "Kanye said he's waited his whole life for this moment, Family Feud."
However, the rapper wasn't always scheduled to appear on the show. Steve explained that it was only because Paris Hilton's family canceled at the last minute that Kanye and his family members were able to step in. "Kanye, who was a big fan of Family Feud, said 'I want to play, I've always wanted to play,'" Steve said. "So he brought his family. Some people you don't know — these cousins. And they were the best because they were hood. It was such a good thing."
Kim, Kanye, and his cousins will compete against Kris Jenner, grandma Mary Jo "M.J." Campbell, Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and family friend Jonathan Cheban — who Steve said was "extra." With the long-running show still incredibly popular, Steve thinks the episode with the Wests and the Kardashians is going to be the best yet. "We're going to get the highest ratings we ever had," he said.