“Family Feud” is cool.
“Celebrity Family Feud” is even cooler.
And when music artists get to be contestants on the game show and show off their talents, lets just say that’s it’s a win-win for their fans.
That’s exactly what happened during a recent episode of “Celebrity Family Feud,” when a group of boy band favorites from acts such as Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees and NSYNC competed for the big money. During one of the questions, Nathan Morris from Boyz II Men went up against Sabrina Bryan from female band The Cheetah Girls and, all of a sudden, a musical serenade began.
Nathan began singing the lyrics to the Boyz II Men hit “I’ll Make Love to You“ and thought for sure that it would melt Sabrina right then and there. And it pretty much worked, especially when his fellow boy band team members began to sway back and forth to the sexy song, including Howie Dorough from Backstreet Boys, which recently wrapped up its arena tour with Florida Georgia Line.
The serenade served as yet another highlight of this season of “Celebrity Family Feud.” In fact, viewers love the ABC show hosted by Steve Harvey so much that they secured the show being picked up for yet another season, according to “Deadline,” which notes that the show “ranks as the most watched ABC program this summer and second highest rated in adults 18-49 only behind ‘The Bachelorette.’ ”