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Find Franklin and Kevin Jonas’ famous relative

Find Franklin and Kevin Jonas’ famous relative

You usually know what mega-show stars Beyonce and Taylor Swift look like, but could you spot the unnoticed relatives of other famous superstars? The Jonas Brothers want to find out on the season three premiere of “Claim to Fame.”

Here’s everything you need to know about Claim to Fame and how to watch the latest season.

What is the reality show “Claim to Fame”?

The essence of the “Claim to Fame” competition is that participants must nominate relatives of famous people.

“This new series challenges 12 famous relatives to step out of the shadow of their famous family member and live together under one roof, hiding their identities and backgrounds in pursuit of their own fame and fortune,” ABC’s “Claim to Fame” website states. “They will compete in challenges, form alliances and play DNA detectives in hopes of avoiding elimination and winning the coveted $100,000 prize.”

You can read more about the participants of the third season of “Claim to Fame” here.

Who is Franklin Jonas?

According to Franklin Jonas’ IMDb page, 23-year-old Franklin Jonas is the younger brother of Nick and Joe Jonas and an aspiring actress.

The youngest of the Jonas brothers has starred in the television series “Jonas” and “R.L. Stine’s the Haunting Hour” and lent his voice to the films “Ponyo” and “Spooky Buddies.”

In addition to hosting “Claim to Fame” with brother Kevin, Franklin Jonas recently released the “Sewer Rat” EP and launched a merch page on the Jonas Brothers website.

How to Watch “Claim to Fame”

“Plain to Fame” season 3 premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m. on ABC.

Jonas Brothers and reality TV fans can visit ABC’s Claim to Fame website for video clips and behind-the-scenes footage to help them prepare for Wednesday’s premiere.

The series can also be watched on the Hulu platform, where the first two seasons were won by Loreal Palmer (Keke Palmer’s sister) and Gabriel Cannon (Nick Cannon’s brother).

Damon C. Williams is a Philadelphia-based journalist who covers current affairs in the Mid-Atlantic region.