Prepare to Be Delighted by This Holiday ‘Family Feud’ Proposal

CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - "NFL AFC vs NFC and Dancing with the Stars vs The Bachelor" -- "Celebrity Family Feud" will feature players from the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA), and in a separate game, professional dancers from "Dancing With the Stars" and popular participants from the romantic reality shows "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" will spar off against each other to win money for a charity of their choice. Hosted by Steve Harvey, the highly popular multi-hyphenate standup comedian, actor, author, deejay and Emmy Award-winning talk show and game show host, this episode of "Celebrity Family Feud" airs SUNDAY, JUNE 28 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on the Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Television Network. (Photo by Adam Taylor/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)

Survey says… this couple is getting married. A December 23 Facebook video of a North Carolina couple’s Family Feud-inspired proposal has now gone viral. In it, Joshua Powell asked his then-girlfriend, Kiana Myrick, a series of wedding-related questions inspired by the popular game show before proposing in front of their family.

“We surveyed 100 women,” Powell says in the clip. “Name a day a woman always dreams of.”

“Her wedding day,” Myrick responds.

“Name something a woman wears all white to,” Powell continues. After subsequent rounds of questions, Powell reads the final one: “How would you finish this? ‘Will you marry me?’”

A visibly-confused Myrick turns to Powell and says, “Yes… I will.”

“Might as well make it official, right?” Powell replies as family members shout with glee. After getting on one knee, he says, “I love you with all my heart. For everything we’ve been through, baby, we’ve managed to keep God first. And now eight years later, we’re here. I’m looking for 88 more. Will you marry me?”

Myrick, of course, said yes. In an interview with CBS News affiliate WNCN, the newly-engaged couple opened up about the surprising moment.

“I just put my head down and kind of just focused, it didn’t even dawn on me that he was about to propose,” Myrick explained.

“I just wanted to give her what she deserved,” Powell said.

The couple first met eight years ago in history class during their freshman year of high school. They have plans to marry in 2021 after they graduate college.