Kanye West’s family will go head-to-head with the Kardashians in season 4 of ‘Celebrity Family Feud’
The Wests will face off against the first family of reality TV on the new series of 'Celebrity Family Feud'
ABC's 'Family Feud' spin-off 'Celebrity Family Feud' will be returning for a fourth season this June and some of the celebrities who will be facing off against one another on the game show for this upcoming season has been revealed by the network.
The celebrity special features two celebrity teams competing against one another to win cash for their charities, and season 4 will open with members of Kanye West's family squaring off with his wife Kim Kardashian's famous clan.
Kim, however, will be on Team West, playing for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Others in the team include Kanye's aunt Kim Wallace, and cousins Jalil Peraza, and G.O.O.D. Music A&R Ricky Anderson.
On Team Kardashian is Kris Jenner, Kendall Jenner, grandmother Mary Jo Campbell, cousin Cici Bussey, and family friend Jonathan Cheban. This team is also playing for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
The epic battle will air on Sunday, June 10 (8 pm-9 pm EDT) on the ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.
Three days before the season premiere, on June 7, two popular episodes from Season 3 will be aired. Game One will have Emmy Award-winning host Steve Harvey's wife, Marjorie, leading the Harvey Family Men team with their sons — Broderick Stephen Harvey Jr and Jason Harvey — and sons-in-law — Kareem Vincent Patrick Hawthorne and Benjamin Troy Raymond. They will be playing for the historically black Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.
They will be facing off against the Harvey Family Women, who will be led by Marjorie's mother, Doris Bridges, and the Harvey daughters — Brandi Lee Harvey, Karli Harvey Raymond, Morgan Janel Hawthorne, and Lori Alexandria Harvey. They will be playing for the Spelman College, a liberal arts women's college in Atlanta, Georgia.
Game Two will see the teams of basketball legends Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Ralph Sampson pitted against one another. Jabbar, the all-time leading scorer and six-time NBA champion, will be playing for the Skyhook Foundation — his charity that brings educational STEM opportunities to underserved communities — and leading a team of Thomas J. Swann, his nephew, Rose-Ann Swann, his cousin, and Dr. Amir Abdul Jabbar and Adam Abdul-Jabbar (his sons).
Meanwhile, Sampson will be playing for The University of Virginia Health Foundation and captaining a team of his fiancé, Patrice Ablack, his sons Robert Alan Sampson and Ralph Lee Sampson II, and his daughter Anna Aleize Sampson.
Each game will see the two teams going at it against one another in a contest to name the most popular responses to a survey-type question posed to 100 people.