Steve Harvey Gets Really Tongue-Tied on Little Big Shots (VIDEO)

Sherry Huang
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Say this three times fast: "The big black bug bit the big brown bear."

Steve Harvey does just this (and more) when he gets a lesson in tongue twisters from an 11-year-old professional auctioneer named Cash Owens. The appropriately-named auctioneer from Blue Earth, Minnesota schools Harvey on how to make it as the host in a bidding war. Harvey, who seems to falter at first from the alliteration, soon takes off on a catchy musical rendition. Despite his success, nothing beats how the pint-sized professional presents his version.

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Check out an exclusive clip of Harvey and Cash below, and make sure to tune into the the episode, "I'm Not a Princess," this Sunday, March 20. Other amazingly talented kids who will appear include brass band-playing twins from Florida, a 3-year-old American Ninja Warrior, and a dancer/gymnast.

Little Big Shots, Sundays, 8/7c, NBC