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Steve Looks Back At The Biggest Moments From The Past Five Years On The Show

  • Steve to taking time to look back at some of his favorite moments from the show’s five years on the air. Today, he will celebrate some of the biggest ideas to ever make it to the air – segments where staff and crew went above and beyond to pull off things that seemed impossible. First, Steve takes viewers back to the premiere episode for season #2, with a Guinness World Record-setting event, hosting the World’s Largest First Date! 327 unsuspecting women were invited to Chicago’s famed Navy Pier. Little did they know that they would each be going on a blind date, while they appeared on the show! In addition to making some love matches, Steve ultimately made it into the record books too, by simultaneously incorporating 654 people to participate in the World’s Largest First Date!
  • Then, Steve reminisces about the premiere episode for season #4 which was SO big, that it needed to be held at a theater in downtown Chicago. “What Men Really Think: The Event” featured a stage full of 150 women, who were able to ask probing questions to an audience full of 2,000 men! No question is off limits, as Steve helps to bridge the communication gap between men and women by helping them to better understand the way each of the sexes think about dating, love and relationships.
  • And who could forget the time that Steve capped off “Love Month” by marrying his entire studio audience? That’s right, Steve became ordained as an officiant in order to help 50 gorgeous brides from all across the country exchange wedding vows with their fiances, right there on the “Steve Harvey” stage!
  • Plus, Steve re-airs the biggest marriage proposal that the show has ever pulled off, which happened in the heart of the Big Apple at Grand Central Train Station!

What was your favorite Steve Harvey Surprise Moment on our show?