The Voice And American Idol Compete Against Each Other In SNL Spoof Of Family Feud – WATCH VIDEO!

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SNL Voice American Idol Family Feud

By Michael Lewittes


SNL Voice American Idol Family Feud


“SNL” pit the two singing competition shows “The Voice” and “American Idol” against each other in a game of “Celebrity Family Feud” (video below). For “The Voice” was the real Blake Shelton, who hosted “SNL,” as well as Adam Levin (Taran Killam), Pharrell (Jay Pharaoh), and Christina Aguilera (Cecily Strong). “American Idol” was represented by Keith Urban (Kate McKinnon), Nicki Minaj (Sasheer Zamata), Harry Connick, Jr. (Beck Bennett), and Steven Tyler (Kyle Mooney).

In the first round of “Family Feud,” Shelton went head-to-head with Urban. The question was, “Something You Never Ask A Woman.” Shelton buzzed in first with the answer, “What did I do wrong, Miranda?” While that was a correct answer, it wasn’t the top one, so Urban offered that one of the things you never ask a woman is actually something he’s often asked: “Who did your highlights?” That answer had more respondents, and so “American Idol” took control.

When asked “Something you never ask a woman,” Minaj said, “I get this all the time. I’m gonna say, ‘Is it real?'” That earned the “American Idol” team its first “X.” Harry Connick, Jr.’s answer? “You know I’m not Michael Buble, right?” That got the team its second “X.” And a response from Steven Tyler about age earned the third “X.”

With “The Voice” back in control, Shelton said the “one question I see ladies get asked a lot, and they really hate it is, ‘Are you Adam Levine?'” The Maroon 5 frontman then cracked at Shelton, “You got me,” to which the country singer said, “Yeah I did, pretty boy.” A flattered Levine said to Shelton, “Pretty? You really think I’m pretty… I think you’re really handsome.” And it got weirder from there. Check out the video below, and tell us what you think.

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