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11 Reasons Why Celebrities And Game Shows Are A Perfect Match

Celebrities are used to pressure in front of the cameras — maybe that’s what makes them so good at game shows! See how your faves measure up on the all-new seasons of Celebrity Family Feud, The $100,000 Pyramid, and Match Game on ABC's Sunday Fun and Games new episodes Sunday at 8|7c.

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1. Celebrities need no introduction (but we're glad they get them).

The $100,000 Pyramid on ABC with host Michael Strahan and guests Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg

Show writers get to go all out when celebs like Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg are in the hot seat.

2. They put their famed expertise to excellent use.

Celebrity Family Feud on ABC with host Steve Harvey and guest Carson Kressley

Carson Kressley is a stylist and designer to the stars — trust him.

3. They know how to get under their opponent’s skin.

The $100,000 Pyramid on ABC with host Michael Strahan and guests Justin Long and Tony Hale

Most of us pull pranks at home or at work. Justin Long pulls them on nationally broadcast game shows.

4. Game shows are a great platform for celebrities to get real.

Match Game on ABC with host Alec Baldwin and panelist Rosie O'Donnell

Who else but a celebrity like Rosie O'Donnell can say she's had a public feud with someone in a Match Game prompt?

5. Game shows are a great place to watch a celebrity get a little more down-to-earth.

The $100,000 Pyramid on ABC with host Michael Strahan and guest Bellamy Young

Luckily, Bellamy Young has your back.

6. Famous actors can totally nail pantomiming.

The $100,000 Pyramid on ABC with host Michael Strahan and guest Rachel Dratch

SNL alum Rachel Dratch is a naturally great hint giver.

7. It's cool to hear one celebrity gush about the work of another...

The $100,000 Pyramid on ABC with host Michael Strahan and guest Mario Cantone

8. ...especially when they flub it.

Celebrity Family Feud on ABC with host Steve Harvey and guest Paul Sorvino

Celebrities: They're Just Like Us™.

9. Celebrities are always entertaining as a group of panelists.

Match Game on ABC with host Alec Baldwin and panelists Horatio Sanz and Sherri Shepherd

Spoiler alert: It was a match!

10. Celebrities take their TV fandoms to new heights.

The $100,000 Pyramid on ABC with host Michael Strahan and guest Snoop Dogg

The best part is that Snoop is a fan of $100,000 Pyramid.

11. And they can pretty much entertain us without even trying.

Celebrity Family Feud on ABC with host Steve Harvey

It's OK, Steve Harvey — we're still into it.

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Fame is cool, but it sure won't help you fill in those blanks...or will it? Tune in to the season premieres of Celebrity Family Feud, The $100,000 Pyramid, and Match Game new episodes Sunday at 8|7c, all part of Sunday Fun and Games on ABC.

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