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Entertainment Popeye’s Gives Manitoba Family $10,000 Worth Of Food After ‘Chicken’ Answer On ‘Family Feud’ Goes Viral

20:13  12 january  2020
20:13  12 january  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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Manitoba woman' s Family Feud answer goes viral . CBC January 10, 2020. In a sudden death moment — with one family moving on to play for a chance at $ 10 , 000 — Dubois faced off against Logan Tomlin from Dubois thought it was the Popeyes chain of fried chicken fast food restaurants.

But Popeyes , the US restaurant chain offers player $ 10 , 000 of free food after she makes viral mistake on Family Feud Canada. A Canadian game show contestant who lost $ 10 , 000 because she thought Popeye ’ s favourite food was chicken – not spinach – was offered $ 10 , 000 of Eve DuBois made her viral mistake on Family Feud Canada on Friday DM us to claim your $ 10 , 000 worth of Popeyes .

Eve Dubois of Lorette, Man., realizes her mistake on 'Family Feud.' © CBC Eve Dubois of Lorette, Man., realizes her mistake on 'Family Feud.'

A Lorette, Man., family lost their chance at a second $10,000 prize after a wrong answer on Canada's version of "Family Feud" on Thursday — and the clip quickly went viral.

Eve Dubois was up against the Tomlin family on "Family Feud" on CBC and was told by host Gerry Dee there was only one answer to the following question.

Whoever got the answer right would go on to play for $10,000.

"Here we go," said Dee. "Name Popeye's favourite food."

Eve slammed the buzzer first.

"Chicken," she blurted out before doing a dance to celebrate what she thought was the correct answer.

Meanwhile, her family gasped in shock and shook their heads, and Dee put his head down on the podium.

"Show me chicken!" shouted Dee as Eve realized her mistake — and a big X popped up on the screen.

Logan White of Waterloo, Ont., who is married to co-contestant Alyssa Tomlin, then confidently shouted: "Spinach, Gerry!"

The Tomlin family celebrated while the Dubois family stood in despair.

"I thought you meant Popeye's Chicken," Eve shouted while Dee laughed.

Clips of the moment quickly circulated on social media, and some are approaching a million views.

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Popeyes on Friday offered her $ 10 , 000 worth of Popeyes chicken and other items on their menu. #LoveThatChickenFromPopeyes," the food chain tweeted, tagging Dubois. Popeyes has recently made headlines for their highly popular spicy chicken sandwich, which returned in November after

Опубликовано: 10 янв. 2020 г. An embarrassing answer to a question on Family Feud Canada has gone viral and The Dubois Family from Lorette, Manitoba tries to win Fast Money | Family Feud Canada Popeye ' s Chicken Answer On ' Family Feud Canada' - Продолжительность: 4:32 ET

The family had already won $10,000 earlier in the week and returned to the show to defend their crown.

Stephanie Dubois, Eve's mother, said the whole experience was "amazing" and the family is taking Eve's mistake with a solid dose of humour.

"I didn't hear what she said. I actually thought we won," said Stephanie.

"We've all been laughing about it," she added. "I'm in the kitchen, I'm giggling; I'm in the shower, I'm giggling."

Eve, especially, has been laughing about her mistake, Stephanie said.

"It's all going to her head right now," she laughed. "She's been saying, 'At least I'm pretty.'"

Eve has received phone calls from as far away as Tampa Bay, Fla., and Drew Carey tweeted about her mistake, according to Stephanie.

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Eve Dubois, a contestant on Family Feud Canada, went viral after confusing ' Popeye ' s favorite food ' with Popeyes decided to gift Dubois with $ 10 , 000 worth of Popeyes following the viral gaffe. The Manitoba native proceeded to eagerly shimmy with a victory dance while her stunned family watched

What's Popeye ' s favorite food ? No, the other Popeye . On Canada’s Family Feud , a contestant botched the final question—costing her family $ 10 , 000 —because the fast food chain was clearly the first thing to However, things worked out just fine for Dubois in the end, after the clip went viral on Twitter thanks to Canadian blogger Mike Morrison. DM us to claim your $ 10 , 000 worth of Popeyes .

The family actually won the $10,000 prize in November and had to sit on the outcome until the shows aired this week.

“That was the hardest part, keeping the secret, keeping it a secret from everybody,” Stephanie said.

After the hilarious game-show fail went viral, Popeye's issued a tweet, telling the family to send a DM to claim $10,000 worth of Popeye's food.

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