Steve Harvey almost made another blunder while announcing the winner of the National Costume segment of this year’s Miss Universe beauty pageant.
The 62-year-old “Family Feud” host excitingly announced the winner of the National Costume category on Sunday while standing next to Miss Malaysia, Shweta Sekhon, Complex reported.
International action star Jackie Chan showed off his expertise on Steve Harvey’s show after the host challenged him to give feedback on amateur stunt people.
In the short clip SteveTV released earlier this month, Chan was asked to watch the start of stunts attempted by individuals and guess how each of them would turn out.
The charming 10-year-old boy from China who went viral on Chinese social media almost a year ago for his amazing salsa dancing skills was recently featured in Steven Harvey’s talent show “Little Big Shots”.
Actress Chloe Bennet put Gigi Hadid and Steve Harvey on blast for making “ignorant” jokes after Hadid was caught on video mocking Asians by squinting her eyes.
“Dear Gigi Hadid, As a kid, (and frankly as an adult) people would make fun of me for being Chinese. For having ‘Asian eyes,’” the “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” star posted on Instagram on Wednesday, accompanied by a cute throwback photo when she was a little girl. “I would laugh it off because it was always a ‘joke,’ and if I didn’t I was being ‘too sensitive.’”
YouTube sensation Ryan Higa recently posted a video sharing his thoughts on the Steve Harvey Asian men fiasco.
In the video, he points out a disturbing double standard in how the media treats Asians compared to other races.
Dear Steve Harvey, this may come as some absurd surprise to you, but people actually do want to date and marry Asian men.
During a recent segment on his talk show, Harvey cracked some unfunny jokes about dating advice books, including “How to Date a White Woman: A Practical Guide for Asian Men.”
After a flood of backlash online and from city officials and celebrities, Steve Harvey has finally released an apology for racist comments he made towards Asian men earlier this month.
…Except it’s probably one of the most weakest apologies ever. Read his apology below.
“Fresh Off the Boat” author Eddie Huang called out Steve Harvey’s recent jokes about white women not wanting to date Asian men, writing in a New York Times essay that Harvey is one those “people who believe Asian men are inept and undesirable to any women outside their race.”
In a January 6 episode of his talk show, Harvey ran a segment about dating books, including one titled “How to Date a White Woman: A Practical Guide for Asian Men.”
After landing himself in hot water for poking fun at Asian men, Steve Harvey thinks he’s innocent.
Reporters caught up with the comedian at Trump Tower on Friday just after an “informal” meeting with the U.S. president-elect.
Steve Harvey has been getting blasted in the media for his racist comments towards Asian men during one of his recent shows.
Until now, Harvey has yet to release an apology or statement of any sort. So, we’re just going to leave this here…a list of sponsors he displays on his website. Enjoy!
Steve Harvey recently made some jokes about asian men that blew up my particular social media feed.
People felt angry, offended, outraged even, and took to the boards to express their fire. At first, even though I didn’t feel the fire, I did take to shaking my head. Shaking my head because it doesn’t surprise me. Shaking my head because the jokes and put downs sounds stingingly familiar. And lastly, shaking my head because the response, personally, also felt stale .
Steve Harvey made his point clear: the idea of liking Asian men is laughable.
The comedian made his “jokes” on Friday’s episode of the “Steve Harvey Show” while poking fun at some self-help books. He went through titles such as “Knitting With Dog Hair” and “How to Have Sex in the Woods”.