Kerry Katona is the latest celebrity to join new Channel 4 TV show Fame in The Family as she dines with four strangers leaving viewers guessing
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Kerry Katona is welcoming four total strangers to discover if they’re related to her on Channel 4’s new daytime show, Fame In The Family.
The Channel 4 show is the new DNA guessing game where celebrities throw dinner parties with a feat.
Four hopefuls never met before are tasked with finding out if they are related to the star presenter in a bid to win a share of £1,000.
Over dinner, they’ll play three fact-finding games that will reveal fascinating celebrity biographies, childhood memories, and family history to help them figure out who’s connected to the famous face. .
At the end of the dinner party, diners make their final judgment as to who the celebrity’s cousin is before the DNA results are revealed.
Kerry, who had a difficult childhood after her mother struggled with drug addiction and she was put in foster care, tells how she never knew about her biological father, who is now married. sadly passed away.
She then discusses eye color in her family before sharing a unique fact about her grandfather’s silver teeth.
But whoever can string together her clues will win a share of the thousand-pound cash prize and at least one of the diners will go home with a prize money can’t buy… Hope in the family!
Vanessa Moss, from Leeds will appear on tonight’s episode where she’ll try to find out if she’s related to the former Atomic Kitten singer.
The 27-year-old said she signed up for the program after seeing an ad on a Facebook group genealogy website.
She told Leeds Live : “I got a little bored during the lockdown and started looking up my family history.
“I saw the ad for Fame In The Family and thought it was going to be a good laugh. I got to know a bit like my grandmother did my family tree when I was 13.”
Strict evaluation Craig Revel Horwood was the first celebrity when filming began on Monday and he found out he was in a relationship with a woman named Holly.
Subsequent episodes airing in the popular time slot this week feature Shaun Ryder, lead singer of Manchester band Happy Mondays, Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock, a former English professional footballer, and Rustie Lee, TV chef.
Other celebrities who will star on the show include Toyah Wilcox, James Argent, Ann Widdicombe, Will Bailey, Christopher Biggins and Martin Offiah, all of whom feature in the first fifteen-part series.
Fame in the Family continues weekdays at 5:30pm on Channel 4 and All 4.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/kerry-katona-shocked-discover-long-26500889 Kerry Katona is shocked to discover her long-lost family on the new DNA guessing game TV show