The Kardashian-Jenner clan is used to working together as a family, but they actually competed against each other on an episode of “Family Feud” that aired on June 10. The episode, which was recorded back in February, was a showdown between the Kardashian-Jenners and the family of Kim Kardashian West’s husband, Kanye West.
Kim headed up the West team, along with Kanye and his cousins, Jalil, Kim Wallace and Ricky Anderson. The Kardashian-Jenner team included matriarch Kris Jenner, her daughters Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, her mom, M.J., as well as family friend Jonathan Cheban.
— Celeb Family Feud (@FamilyFeudABC) June 11, 2018
It seems like everyone had a great time, but the rivalry got a little intense. For example, Kim tweeted that her sister Khloe wouldn’t even shake her hand before the two faced off at the podium to get the game started.
Khloe wouldn’t even shake my hand
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) June 11, 2018
Watch the funny clip of that moment, posted by a fan account on Twitter:
Kim & Khloé at Family Feud. pic.twitter.com/zx0RtSrVbs
— The Wests (@kuwthewests) June 7, 2018
Kanye seemed super happy to be there and had a big grin on his face throughout most of the show. Despite his best efforts to pump up his teammates with constant declarations of “good answer” each time they came up with one, in true “momager” fashion, Kris Jenner ultimately led her team to victory.
Watch her go toe to toe with her son-in-law in a clip she posted to Instagram below:
Another noteworthy moment happened when host Steve Harvey asked Kendall Jenner to “name someone you’d hate to show up at a wild, naked party,” and the model quipped, “Donald Trump.” That answer might not have gone over too well with her brother-in-law, given Kanye’s vocal support of the president.
my MAGA hat is signed pic.twitter.com/DrDHJybS8V
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018
For the final round, husband and wife Kim and Kanye teamed up for the “fast money” segment, and they proved to be a dynamic duo, easily scoring more than the 200 points needed. The whole thing was for a good cause, as both teams pledged before the game to donate the $25,000 winnings to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.