Back It Up, Gronk! Rob Gronkowski Gets Down on Celebrity Family Feud

Celebrity Family Feud Sneak Peek: Watch Steve Harvey Dance with (and Dip!) Karina Smirnoff

Quadruplet Dad Carlos Morales to Get a Big Surprise on Steve Harvey

General Hospital Scores 28 Daytime Emmy Nominations

Surprise! Charlie Weber Has Been Engaged for a Year

Watch President Obama and Steve Harvey Surprise White House Visitors

President Barack Obama recently sat down for a conversation with comedian Steve Harvey. Halfway through the interview, which will air on Harvey’s daytime talk show on Dec. 20, the comedian suggested they ditch the chatter and go surprise White House visitors.

Halle Berry's Baby News Makes Readers Very Happy

Baby news makes everybody happy, just as satirizing a pop star is a pretty sure bet to bring on the belly laughs.

But what really caused shockwaves was the past history of a now-popular TV host.

Here are this week’s five stories that sparked the strongest reactions from PEOPLE.com readers, from happy, sad, laugh out loud, and angry – to wow.

To tell us what you think of what’s going on in the news, click on the appropriate icon appearing at the bottom of every story.

Steve Harvey: I Was Homeless for Three Years

These days, Steve Harvey has plenty to be grateful for: a hit syndicated daytime talk show, Steve Harvey, multiple best sellers, a job as host of the syndicated game show Family Feud – and two luxe homes in Chicago and Atlanta where he can unwind with his wife, Marjorie, and the seven children they share between them.

But when he was first starting out as a comedian in the late 80s, Harvey, 56, knew what it was to struggle.

Steve Harvey's Tearful Tribute to His Mom

We really wish Steve Harvey’s mom was around to give him a big hug.

Oprah: What I Miss Most About My Old Talk Show

She held court at Harpo Studios almost every weekday for a quarter-century – some 4,561 shows in all.

So, Oprah Winfrey was bound to miss some things about her daily talk show after the final episode aired on May 25, 2011.

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