ABC’s new reality show bans word-dropping, Claim to fame. Hosted by brothers Kevin and Frankie Jonas, the series sees 12 mysterious celebrity relatives race to hide their identities while all living under the same roof. They also compete in various challenges, such as the July 11 premiere talent show, and form alliances — playing “DNA Detective” — to avoid elimination and win the $100,000 grand prize. The audience is as much in the dark as the participants, and although some of the Claim to fame relative identity revelations will be sprinkled throughout the episodes, others could remain a mystery until the finale.
“It’s a balance between how many people you expose and who you expose, and ultimately I think our decision really comes down to what’s the most fun way to tell the story,” executive producer and Kinetic CEO Chris Coelen. recently explained Diversity. “There’s no particular rhyme or reason to why we would detect one person or another.”
Meanwhile, here are all the celebrity relatives who Claim to fame has discovered so far.
“Amara” – Amara Skye
Although no one in the house immediately guessed who she was related to, the July 11 premiere revealed that “Amara” is Whoopi Goldberg’s granddaughter, Amara Skye. Daughter of Goldberg’s only child, Alex Martin (with ex-husband Alvin Martin), Amara is described as a California-born “artist based in New York/New Jersey” and “granddaughter of an EGOT winner.” In July 2022, was included in her first solo art exhibition. The report also states that her goal is to fuse the shades of graffiti and abstract art, and she starts each day with her life motto: “Skeezy Does It.”
“Louise” – Adria Biles
Given her undeniable resemblance to her famous sibling, it seemed to be no secret in Episode 1 that ‘Louise’ was Simone Biles’ sister Adriya Biles – she confirmed it in a confessional. Their appearance is not shared by women: Adria herself is a former gymnast and reportedly attended dental school in 2020. “I’m so proud to have her as my sister,” Adria wrote of Simone in December 2016 for ESPN. a piece. “I look up to him in every way.”
“Maxwell” – Maxwell Norris
After he was caught throwing his cell phone Claim to fame house, “Maxwell” was the first celebrity relative to be eliminated, and was then revealed to be Chuck Norris’ grandson, Maxwell Norris. The Fort Worth Star Telegram Max and his fraternal twin sister Greta were featured in a November 2017 article as star athletes during their junior years at Faith High School in Grapevine, Texas. Sharing the story on Twitter at the time, Walker, Texas Ranger star wrote that he and wife Gena were “very proud” their grandchildren.
“Brittany” – Brittany Favre
After “Brittany” revealed her father was a Super Bowl champion and Hall of Fame quarterback, it didn’t take long for her co-stars to piece together the clues and realize she was Brett Favre’s daughter, Brittany Favre. Malyon. The parent of the former Green Bay Packers star’s two daughters with wife Deena Tyce Favre, Brittany is now a mother of three and married to Alex Mallion. She graduated from Loyola University College of Law in 2015, having just divorced her first husband and raising two sons at the time. “The most important lesson I learned from my father is that at the end of the day, you just have to put in the work,” the Hattiesburg, Mississippi-based attorney told Bleacher Report in 2015, adding, “Connections are just a foot in the door, but I have to hold the door.” open Brittany was eliminated in episode 4 after incorrectly guessing that Kai was related to Andra Day.
“Michael” – Cube Coleman
Claim to fameThe second eliminated contestant, “Michael,” was revealed to be Zendaya’s cousin, Cub Coleman, a music producer and engineer from Los Angeles. The founder of the social media post appeared in Zendaya’s June 2014 Instagram photo “Coleman cousins” and years later produced KC Undercover Season 3 main theme song. As reported, Kubs also participated in 2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming LA premiere and shared videos from the red carpet.
“X” – M. Lamar
Before his elimination in episode 3, several members had already figured out that “X” was Laverne Cox’s identical twin brother M. Lamar. However, this is not the first time the artist has been on television: he previously appeared on Netflix Orange is the new black in scenes featuring his transgender sister Sophie Burset before her transition. On his website, Lamar, who holds a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and attended the sculpture program at Yale School of Art (before dropping out to pursue music), describes himself as a composer who “works in opera, metal, performance. , video, sculpture and installation to create expansive narratives of radical creation.
“LC” – Loreal Palmer
For weeks now, “LC” has been asking her cast mates and viewers to guess who her celebrity relative might be. But finally, in the episode 4 confessional, “LC” revealed that she is Loreal Palmer, Keke Palmer’s sister. The oldest of the four Palmer siblings, L’Oréal is also a big sister to twins Lawrence and Laurencia. In a January 2022 Instagram birthday tribute, Keke called Loreal “one of the most talented and kindest people” she knows, adding that only a few know she’s “the real talent in the family” thanks to her “Mariah Carey notes.” For Jim Carrey’s fun. The no star also shared that “best friend” L’Oréal, a wife and mother herself, has also offered to be her surrogate in the future, writing that “love doesn’t get any realer than that!”
This post will be updated as more celebrity relative identities are revealed Claim to fame.
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