If Steve Harvey were involved, it would be perfect. This is what you'll be staring at for the rest of the workday. (via Google Feud) If you're feeling those mid-week blahs, we have just the pick-me-up for you. Google Feud is a new, free video game based on the eternally popular Family Feud game show, that you can play right in your web browser. Show More Summary
Today's episode of The Steve Harvey Show featured the visibly uncomfortable host interviewing 11-year-old Mackenzie McCarty, a budding taxidermist who poses adorable little dead mice in fanciful costumes. It was even better than you're already imagining. Read more...
(NSFW: Language) A Family Feud-style browser game based on Google search results. You’re presented with the first part of a search and you’ll guess what the rest of it could be. We want to see how Steve Harvey reacts to this.
The nice team over at Vogue Italia curated a YouTube playlist of interviews with 24 of their favorite past photographers. The interviews range in length from anywhere between 1:30 miuntes to over 35 minutes long. Most, however, have about a ten minute run time. Not all, but most of the videos are in English. I [...]Show More Summary
Steve Harvey hosted his seventh annual Disney Dreamers Academy in Orlando Florida, an empowerment retreat for 100 lucky and deserving high school students. This year, the inspirational talks were delivered with some sage advice for parents as well. Show More Summary
The game show Family Feud is about to do something it hasn’t done in nearly three decades: reclaim the title of the most popular game show in America. How did it happen?
The final video in a series of videos from Steve Harvey and Strayer University: Small successes lead to tremendous success.
The fifth in a series of six videos from Steve Harvey and Strayer University. This time, it's all about dreams.
Real Housewives of Atlanta” joins Steve to set the record straight! Porsha agrees to go on the hot seat and answer social media questions from viewers! Is she really dating an African Prince? What does she really think about Claudia
The fourth in a series of videos from Steve Harvey and Strayer University.
The third in a series of videos from Steve Harvey and Strayer University: Preparation and Determination.
The second in a series of videos from Steve Harvey and Strayer University: Defining What Happiness Means to You.
The first in a series of videos from Steve Harvey and Strayer University: Defining What Happiness Means to You.
(photo courtesy of Rogers and Cowan) Steve Harvey's résumé may read like a non-stop success story, but the Emmy Award-winning television host, radio personality, and bestselling author would hardly describe his personal journey as seamless. Show More Summary
Real Housewives star Brandi Glanville spoke of her co-stars during a recent appearance on The Steve Harvey Show. On February 23, Reality Tea recapped Glanville’s latest talk show appearance, revealing juicy details from her interview with Harvey. Show More Summary
In honor of Love Month, Steve continues his “United Dates of America” segment, crossing off yet another state on the list. Steve finds the worst dater in all of Virginia, analyzes her dating techniques and then offers some advice on
Even at her most feral and vengeful, PJ Harvey was never a punk. 1993?s Rid Of Me, which Harvey recorded with Steve Albini, is about as close as she ever came. As a punk record, Rid Of Me works beautifully; it’s stark and loud and intense and confrontational. But even there, Harvey is a time-traveling [...]
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You're making Steve Harvey's job too easy. To be fair, it's a weird question. If I were put on the spot in front of a live audience like this woman, I might have guessed "hamster," or "guinea pig," or "capybara." There are so many rodents to choose from. Show More Summary