Maria Menounos Wins on Celebrity Family Feud

July 16, 2019

LOS ANGELES – Greek-American TV personality Maria Menounos and members of her family appeared on Celebrity Family Feud on July 14. Celebrity Family Feud is a spin-off of the American game show Family Feud. The episodes feature teams of celebrities playing for charity.

Menounos’ team consisted of her husband Keven Undergaro, and three cousins, Nikki Daigel, Toula Menounos, and Peter Menounos. Maria’s father, Constantinos Menounos, was also present, but did not play. The family, wearing shirts that said “#BeattheGreeks, played for The Brain Trust.

Menounos and her family played against The Real co-host Jeannie Mai. Mai’s team consists of her mother Olivia and brothers Dennis and Daniel Mai, as well as her uncle Ted Pham. They played for Girls Inc.

Celebrity Family Feud is hosted by the popular stand-up comedian, actor, author and Emmy Award-winner Steve Harvey. The show returns for its fifth season this summer, as part of ABC’s expanded Summer Fun & Games.

The first round went to the Mai family, while the second and third round to the Menounos family for the win and a chance at the final, Fast Money round. Cousin Nikki went first and earned 154 points out of the needed 200 and Maria Menounos followed reaching 213 points with her answers, winning $25,000 for their charity, The Brain Trust.


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