However, her fellow contestants were taken aback by her answer, with one family member heard to exclaim, "Oh, my God".
Dubois, who went viral after giving a hilarious (and hilariously wrong) answer to a question about Popeye on the Canadian version of "Family Feud", has been awarded $10,000 worth of Popeyes chicken as a condolence prize following the airing of the now-infamous episode.
While Dubois danced it out, Tomlin replied "spinach", which was the character's favorite food, causing the audience to erupt.
'This happened in Canada, where we still don't have our new chicken sandwich but a good and growing presence, ' he said.
Bruno Cardinali, the head of Popeyes North American marketing, said Dubois answer shows just how their presence is successfully growing in the market.
The competitor, Logan Tomlin, quickly retorts, "Spinach, Gerry".
As you can see from the video clip, Eve hit the buzzer immediately with what she believed to be the surefire answer - "chicken".
I would like to start off by saying that I had no idea that there was a Canada Family Feud. Whoever gets it, you're playing for $10,000.
"Our survey says that you got that right", Popeyes wrote on Twitter. A big "X" shows up on-screen, signifying Eve's obviously wrong answer. "Spinach, Jerry", said Logan.
It only took a few moments for Dubois to realize her mistake, flashing the camera a large wide-eyed look of disbelief at the silly revelation.
Popeyes Chicken responded by offering Dubois $10,000 worth of Popeyes food, in the form of a giant check with the memo: "winner victor chicken dinner".