STEVE Harvey has shocked fans by letting a contestant get away with a bold request.
The “Family Feud” host was asked an unusual favor by a nervous attendee and surprisingly complied.
In the hilarious moment, which was posted to the TV show’s Instagram page, Steve Harvey, 66, was joined by a contestant named Katrese.
Just before asking her first question, Katrese asked, “May I rub your head for good luck?”
Steve looked startled and stuttered, “Can you rub my head because…I don’t…”
Katrese begged, “Please?”
After declining her request, the game show host exclaimed, “My mom asked me to do this!”
At this admission, Steve relented and ordered her to continue, but warned her to only touch the back of his head.
Then she gently stroked the back of his head while Steve stood stock still and stared at the floor.
In the comments section, many social media users shared their thoughts on the unique snippet.
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One person joked, “He couldn’t say no since it was her mum who told her,” along with lots of laughing emojis.
A second asked: “Why was she stroking it like that?”
“He looked so hurt at first,” explained a third.
Another asked: “Why did she want to rub his head like he was a genie?”
“This video is so weird,” wrote a fifth.
A recent commenter praised, “He turned the weirdest request into the funniest moment.”
In a clip recently shared to Family Feud’s Instagram page, Steve appeared stunned after a NSFW reply was posted by a gamer named Tracy.
It started with the presenter asking her, “When people fall asleep at night, tell me something they’re still holding.”
She looked nervous and told him, “I really don’t want to say it… but ‘Yourself’.”
Steve trailed off at the suggestive response, warning, “People watch during the day.”
Fans at home slammed Steve for making fun of the answer and accused him of asking guiding questions.
One disgruntled viewer wrote, “You ask questions like that and still say it’s a FAMILY quarrel.”
Another slammed: “Then why make the questions like that!?”
“The questions leave little to no room for child-friendly thoughts,” stressed a third.