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Channel 4’s DNA Diner will introduce celebs to long lost relatives

OHMYGOSSIP — Channel 4 is looking to introduce celebrities to long lost relatives on new show ‘DNA Diners’.
The upcoming programme – which could feature the likes of Joe Pasquale, Nick Hewer and Ann Widdecombe – will see stars hosting dinner parties with random people, but one of the guests will be related to them.
An insider told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre TV column: “‘DNA Diners’ was commissioned by Channel 4 because it’s such a fun concept and has never been done before.
“The premise is that celebrities will be coming face-to-face with relatives they didn’t even know existed – all while hosting a dinner party.
“Before filming begins in September, each of the stars will have a DNA test and a genealogist will look into their family tree.”
From there, family members discovered by the team will be approached to get involved in the programme.
The source added: “The celeb will then host a dinner party for four guests, one of whom could be a cousin or long-lost aunt or uncle.
“It’s the celeb’s job to ask questions and speak to their guests around the table to see if they can work out who their relative is. If they guess correctly, the guests get to share a cash prize.”
While Joe, Nick and Ann have apparently all shown an interest in getting involved, bosses are hoping the show will be “good fun” for everyone.
The insider said: “There has been a great response so far with Joe, Nick and even Ann Widdecombe saying they’d be up for taking part.
“Admittedly, it is a bit of an ‘out-there’ concept but it’s going to be such good fun and should make for amazing telly.”

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