Kanye West is gloriously happy on 'Family Feud'

Kanye West appearing on Celebrity Family Feud.

Then, Friday saw Kanye West celebrate his 41st birthday, with wife Kim Kardashian taking to Twitter to reveal that she had commissioned Rick And Morty creator Justin Roiland to perform a birthday song for her husband. For one, when Harvey asked, "Name a reason you think Steve Harvey is a good kisser?" It was hard not to enjoy watching West having so much fun, and fans were quick to point out that it was the happiest they've ever seen Yeezy.

Before Kanye declared his love for the US President, and Kim visited him in the White House, Kendall took a swipe at Donald Trump, claiming that she'd "hate" him to show up at "a wild party setting where everybody's naked".

In amongst the drama was heckling, oversharing, presidential disses and some pretty saucy questions in which Kim and Kanye revealed that keep their bedroom door locked so that their kids don't catch them in the act.

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Kim said: "I feel bad because they're sneaking in the room in the middle of the night". Kanye interjected, "See, that's the problem".

However, Kim had the last laugh when she beat her sibling and snagged the second round with the top answer. I don't need 'em sneaking'. Watch clips and full episodes of Celebrity Family Feud for free on Yahoo View.

Jenner, 22, was on Team Kardashian/Jenner which faced-off against Team West as the squads competed for $25,000 which was going to benefit the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.

It hardly stopped there: On Sunday evening, ABC provided a choice bookend to his birthday weekend by airing his appearance on Family Feud. And check out our host, Kylie Mar, onTwitter,Facebook, orInstagram.

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