Michael B. Jordan wants to be on 'Celebrity Family Feud': 'I think I would be pretty good'


Michael B. Jordan spoke candidly about the possibility of appearing on “Celebrity Family Feud," hosted by his girlfriend's stepdad, Steve Harvey.

The “Creed” star, 34, spoke to Entertainment Tonight Canada while promoting his new movie “Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse” when he was asked about the popular game show, People reported.

"Celebrity Family Feud — get out, that would be f---ing awesome," Jordan says with a grin. "That would be pretty cool, actually. It's one of those shows you want to go on like Jeopardy!, you know what I mean or Wipeout… Wipeout is definitely one of them."

Jordan said that is he confident about his chances of winning.

"I think I would be pretty good," Jordan said of competing on “Celebrity Family Feud.” "I'm pretty good at those types of questions and competition. I think I'd be all right."

In January, Jordan and Lori Harvey became Instagram official, and have used the social platform to share their budding romance ever since.

Last month, Steve Harvey spoke about his daughter’s new relationship on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and joked that he was actually the sexiest man alive. He later called Jordan a “great guy,” the Complex reported.

“Well, first of all, let’s be clear about something: he is a nice guy, yeah, but he is not the sexiest man alive to me, at all,” Harvey joked.

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