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During her appearance on Celebrity Family Feud, Megan Thee Stallion left Steve Harvey at a loss for words with her playful response. Competing against Ne-Yo and his family on the July 9 episode, Megan was asked by Harvey in a rapid-fire round, “Name something that might be curvy.” Without hesitation, she answered, “Me,” causing the audience to burst into laughter. Harvey, momentarily stunned, clapped enthusiastically but then appeared dismayed by her cheeky answer, apologizing to the audience: “I’m sorry… I’m so sorry,” he said, eyes closed. Megan, dressed in a red form-fitting bodysuit, reinforced her answer by striking a pose and asked, “Right?… Can I say that?” Harvey replied, “You might as well.”

In anticipation of her Hottie Bootcamp’s return, Megan has been showcasing her curves. She recently teased fans with a preview of a new workout video, promising to reveal some of her fitness tips. Announcing the comeback of her fitness program on social media, she posted, “HOTTIE BOOTCAMP IS BACKKKK [double exclamation point emoji],” alongside a clip styled like an old-school infomercial. She assured her followers of an intense workout: “FULL MEGAN THEE STALLION TWERK WORK OUT COMING SOON (knees not included) sweat guaranteed [water emoji, winking emoji] megantheestallion.com.”

In 2021, Megan partnered with Nike for their “Play New” campaign, sharing her personal fitness journey and encouraging fans to find their own definition of sports. Teaming up with Nike trainer Tara Nicolas, Megan provided a series of workouts through the Nike Training Club app. Adopting the title of “Hot Girl Coach,” she inspired her fans to pursue healthier lifestyles. “I like the fact that Hotties get to see me go through my struggle,” she noted. “It’s realistic for you to want to give up… It’s just really about discipline.”

Megan’s commitment to fitness continues to be a key part of her brand. In December, she became the face of Planet Fitness, known for its “judgment-free zone” for members.