Slam your answer down and zig-a-zig-ah? Amber Rose appears to get a little confused while giving a shout-out to the Spice Girls in the series premiere for RuPaul's new game show, Gay for Play, as seen in Us Weekly's exclusive sneak peek.
Launching on Monday, April 11, the Hollywood Squares-style Logo series features a panel of six famous folks offering suggestions for trivia answers to two contestants. The RuPaul's Drag Race star hosts.
"The most common title for a song on the Billboard Hot 100 is 'Hold On,'" RuPaul, 55, says in the clip. "Now in 1990, two girl groups had hits called 'Hold On.' ... Wilson Phillips and who?"
Rose, 32, does her best to provide support to contestant Jamal, but the star is bit hazy on her music history.
"I wasn't born yet in 1990," jokes the model, who was actually brought into this world in 1983. "But ... Spice Girls?"
Sadly, Rose's attempt is incorrect, but Jamal isn't led astray by her errant suggestion. "She wrong!" he replies.
Watch the video above to see Rose's reaction to the correct answer.
Gay for Play premieres on Logo on Monday, April 11, at 10 p.m. ET.
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