The Steve Harvey Show celebrated the sexy edition of his show today. The segment of Ask Steve, became the entire program as Steve answered questions and had the audience and fans rolling in the aisles laughing. He is the breath of fresh air from a man’s point of view, that has been sorely needed in the daytime.
The initial few questions were should middle-aged men wear skinny jeans on a first date; to which Steve said anybody with a bigger middle should not stuff that thing in skinny jeans…ever.
When a young woman asked if she should get a tattoo, Steve told her that a friend from high school had a butterfly tattoo and now at 55 years old, that butterfly is now a moth. The guys who got anchors on their chest long ago, now have forks. He reminded her that as you age, your tattoo ages too. When she told him, she wanted angel wings on her back, he told her that they would turn to buzzard feathers when she grows old.
He had a fashion show for women of various shapes and sizes for the holidays with an average price of $150 for super sexy looks for appropriate age groups.
The next segment featured sexy items that Steve tested and asked the audience if they would use it or lose it. First was men’s pajamas that looked like a suit, but made of a silky material made for sleeping. The undershirt was silky too and made to look like a dress shirt. The next item was a candle called the Scandle that when lit melts into body massage oil, perfect for a sensual massage. Steve described how to massage your lover’s body. All the items so far, were thumbs up. The next item was an app for an iPad; a computer version of sexy dice with inscriptions on each die for body parts and actions. The first few rolls were not for daytime television as the audience got to enjoy the facial expressions Steve is known for, and the item also was a winner with the audience. The last item was thumbs down all the way; Fundies were underpants for two that a couple could wear together. Steve said that anyone he knew would need a much larger version of the one shown. Then he said if he, and his wife were that close; they don’t need those drawers.
Steve dimmed the lights for the last segment; the top five songs to set the mood.
5. Let’s Get is On by Marvin Gay
4. Close the Door by Teddy Pendergrass
3. Bump & Grind by R. Kelly
2. Feel Like Makin’ Love by Roberta Flack
1. Between the Sheets by the Isley Brothers
Steve revealed that he did not care if those sheets were satin, cotton or burlap, but these were his choices and the audience seemed to agree.