POPEYES GIVES VIRAL ‘FAMILY FEUD CANADA’ GAME SHOW CONTESTANT $10,000 WORTH OF CHICKEN
Restaurant chain Popeyes has given $10,000 worth of food to the Family Feud Canada contestant who incorrectly answered “chicken” followed by a cocksure dance. A clip of moment has since gone viral.
Mistaking Popeye, the cartoon sailor famous for eating spinach, with the fast-food chain specializing in chicken, Eve Dubois lost her family a $10,000 prize.
Gerry Dee, the host of Family Feud Canada, asked the two contestants: “Real simple. There’s one question. Only one answer. Whoever gets it, you’re playing for $10,000. That’s it. Whoever guesses this wins the game. Name Popeye’s favorite food.” READ MORE
POPEYES GAVE A CANADIAN WOMAN $10,000 WORTH OF CHICKEN AFTER SHE WENT VIRAL ON FAMILY FEUD
She got her chicken.
Have any of your embarrassing moments been turned into a viral video seen around the world resulting in an offer of thousands of dollars worth of food? Probably not. However, that’s exactly what happened to one Canadian woman. Fortunately, that Family Feud chicken answer got the contestant $10,000 worth of Popeyes after the video went viral.
It’s not often that a meme-worthy blunder on a game show gets you free chicken so if it does, you should definitely take it. READ MORE
POPEYE’S GIVES MANITOBA FAMILY $10,000 WORTH OF FOOD AFTER ‘CHICKEN’ ANSWER ON ‘FAMILY FEUD’ GOES VIRAL
A Lorette, Man., family lost their chance at a second $10,000 prize after a wrong answer on Canada’s version of “Family Feud” on Thursday — and the clip quickly went viral.
Eve Dubois was up against the Tomlin family on “Family Feud” on CBC and was told by host Gerry Dee there was only one answer to the following question.
Whoever got the answer right would go on to play for $10,000. READ MORE