Grant Denyer sets sights on the PM for All Star Family Feud

Grant Denyer will host an All Stars version of Family Feud next year.
Grant Denyer will host an All Stars version of Family Feud next year. Channel 10

HOW would Australia's top pollie go on The Feud?

That's the question Grand Denyer hopes to answer in an upcoming All Stars edition of Family Feud.

"We put the call out to the PM to ask if he wants to come out; we're hoping to hear back very soon," Denyer told APN at Ten's Upfronts event in Sydney last night.

"He's a family man and we're a family show with open doors. Nobody is off limits really. We've cast the net really wide to see what happens."

The new series will see a variety of famous faces attempt to guess the most popular answers to questions to raise money for charity.

"We're shooting for politicians, athletes, TV stars, fashionistas," Denyer said.

"It's a mix of them bringing their own celeb mates or their family members; it's their choice. So you might see a top level celeb with their mum or their brothers."

The show will feature in addition to the regular episodes of Family Feud and is likely to air one night a week.

All Stars Family Feud is one of five new shows Ten will introduce into its schedule next year.

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