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Terry Crews From Fox’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

  • TERRY CREWS, host of the upcoming Netflix global competition show “Ultimate Beastmaster,” stops by for a truly unforgettable visit with Steve. Crews went from playing in the NFL to becoming a successful actor in Hollywood, who is currently starring in FOX’s Golden Globe-winning sitcom, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” Tune-in to hear about Terry’s unlikely rise to fame, what life at home is like with his wife of 27 years, four kids ranging in age from 29 to 11 and a grandchild who is six! Terry relives his recent appearance on “Lip Sync Battle,” with a performance that went viral, that people are still talking about today! Steve has a major surprise in store for Terry, as he cues up his favorite O’Jays song, “For The Love of Money,” to give his best lip sync performance. Of course, Steve can’t resist trying to one-up Terry’s performance, by having the real-life O’Jays (Walter, Eric and Eddie) as his back-up singers on the “Steve Harvey” stage! You will not want to miss this once in a lifetime performance! The O’Jays, who are currently on tour, will stick around to perform another one of their major hits, “Love Train.”
  • Then, Terry Crews will help Steve try out some new products in a “Use It or Lose It” segment. Together, they will test some of the most outrageous products created for the fall season and give their final verdict on if people should “Use It” or “Lose It.”
  • Plus, Steve welcomes New York Times Best Selling author, GREG McKEOWN, the author of “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less,” a book that Steve says literally changed his life! The book explores Essentialism, the concept of doing less, but better, in any area of your life. The book gives people tools to understand what is absolutely essential in their life and eliminating what is not, in order to get the right things accomplished, in the best way possible.

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