You get a hundred and you get a hundred 🤣😂That’s right. Kim from Texas said it right! The same game from my show is now an app! You can play along at home by downloading the game from The App Store and Google Play HERE.
When one of my audience members asked for advice on how to dress better, I was more than ready to help out! I gifted him a new wardrobe, styled by my personal stylist William Phoenix. You can grab one of these suits in store at Burlington or online at Kohls here: https://rstyle.me/+xxpz968lmoJOFSytHJacLw
Want to get the specific pieces featured in this video? Just follow the links below.
You can find a collection of ties and pocket squares here: https://rstyle.me/+Plci4bC7pFikZ3UcfuG-mA
To get the black 3-piece suit, go here: https://www.contemposuits.com/steve-harvey-mens-black-3-piece-suit-solid-color-118758-is.html
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To get the red floral tie, go here: https://rstyle.me/+qmW4apIDX1IwMGiginWsxA
I asked my audience two questions: “How many thought it was ok to yell at their kids?” And “How many thought yelling at their kids is unnecessary?” For those who didn’t, I told them they are going to catch hell 😁😂I don’t know how I could’ve raised my kids without yelling!
You’ll be excited too – with our new Harvey’s Hundreds app, you can play too. It’s fun for all ages and puts a new twist on our favorite game.
You can play along at home by downloading the game from The App Store and Google Play HERE.
Watch what happens when this contestant goes for a $1000 dollars on my show! You can play along at home by downloading the game from The App Store and Google Play HERE.
It’s #BlackHistory month, we’re reflecting on the historical accomplishments of African Americans. Today, we honor Willie Eldon O’Ree, the first African American player in the National Hockey League. O’Ree played as a winger for the Boston Bruins.
In honor of Black History Month, I am sharing African-American names that you may not know but, have played an important role throughout black history. Today we celebrate Dr. Gladys West, the “Hidden Figure” behind the Global Positioning System (GPS).
On March 2, 1955, Claudette was arrested at the age of 15 in Montgomery, Alabama for refusing to give up her seat to a white woman on a crowded, segregated bus. She refused to give up her seat on a bus months before Rosa Parks’ more famous protest. Today we celebrate Claudette Colvin with Moments in Black History.
Watch what happens when I offer this young lady an extra $300 in a bonus round! Download the game from The App Store and Google Play HERE.