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Melissa and Joan Rivers Win Big Money For Charity On Family Feud

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You gotta love it when celebrities are on game shows! OK, well even if you don’t, you gotta love the fact that when celebrities are on game shows all the money goes toward charity, right? 

In a recent episode of Celebrity Family Feud, a few famous families battled it out for some serious cash, and all for the sake of charity. In the first half, Joan and Melissa Rivers — who were playing for a guide-dog charity — were pitted against hip-hop and television star, Ice T, who played for Unity Two, a gang intervention organization. And in the second half, Disney star and former Cosby kid, Raven Symone was up against the family of Las Vegas legend, Wayne Newton.

Long story short — by the end of the game Team Rivers had won the $50,000 (which I was kind of rooting for anyway since they’re regular Ecorazzi readers) and the Ravon-Symone team were runners-up, earning a $10,000 donation for their charity.

To catch more of Celebrity Family Feud watch NBC on Tuesdays at 8/7c. 

 
via: seacoastonline.com

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