CELEBRITY Family Feud fans were shocked by a star’s hilarious and censored reaction, which left Steve Harvey speechless.
The cast of Drag Me to Dinner, including Neil Patrick Harris and his husband David Burtka, appeared on the game show.
At one point during the episode, drag queen William Belli was challenged to compete against David in a speed round.
The category was “Something married people do that a dog might do in making love”.
William quickly walked in and suspected something that was censored.
David laughed at the response while Steve, 66, looked completely stunned.
He turned to see if a PG version of the answer was on the board while viewers lit Twitter with guesswork about what was said.
“Did she just tell you to eat a**?” wrote one Twitter user.
Several other fans suspected similar things.
As it turned out, the reaction was on the board and the team, made up entirely of drag queens including William, Manila Luzone, BenDeLaCreme and others, took the lead.
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They managed to last the whole game and emerged victorious.
Throughout the episode, they shocked Steve with their reactions and other antics.
It wouldn’t be the first time viewers of “Family Feud” have been met with bizarre answers on the popular game show.
Earlier this month, viewers and the host were stunned by the ignorant response during an episode of the show that was about everyday families.
In celebration of the Fourth of July, the show released a clip of the 2020 show.
Arlene and Justin came onto the podium to be the first to answer the next question.
Steve asked, “If your soil was a planet based on its size, which would it be?”
Arlene was the first to answer, which resulted in her being the first to reply.
With a straight face, she said, “America.”
“America?” asked Steve in amazement.
He then stood there in silence, standing straight while the audience laughed.
“Oops,” Arlene said before Steve turned to see if the answer was on the board.
Justin then responded with “Mars,” which actually appeared on the board, so he and his family got to play that round.
The clip was posted to the show’s Instagram page this week and fans couldn’t believe she said it.
“How ignorant. Americans really think they’re on their own planet,” one fan wrote.
“Tell me you’re American without telling me your American!” said another.
A third joked, “America isn’t a planet, it’s the universe.”
“Damn, I didn’t know America was a planet,” laughed one fan.
“Please get the US education system a bigger budget!!!!” Very ignorant answer,” commented one Family Feud fan.
“America is not a planet,” stressed one Instagram user.
“What happened to Earth?” asked another.