“Claim to Fame” Hosts Kevin and Franklin Jonas Tease 'the Most Famous' Celebrity Relatives They’ve Ever Had This Season

The brothers co-host the ABC show, which sees celebrity relatives compete for a $100,000 prize while trying to keep their identity a secret

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'Claim to Fame' hosts Kevin Jonas and Frankie Jonas

Kevin and Franklin Jonas know a thing or two about what comes with being a celebrity — and the sibling of one – but on this season of Claim to Fame, the stakes are higher than ever.

The brothers, who host the ABC series, teased during a recent interview on SiriusXM's Radio Andy that the season 3 contestants — who compete for a $100,000 prize — are a major level-up from the previous two seasons.

Kevin, 36, admitted that it's really "difficult" to determine who a given contestant is related to this time, while his younger brother said that "once you do find out who some of these people are, it is so obvious and surprising."

"I'll say [we have] the biggest celebrity relatives — like the most famous people that we've ever had I think by far, like ever," Kevin teased of season 3.

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When the brothers were pushed on whether this season's contestants outrank some of last season's biggest namesTom Hanks' niece and Dolly Parton's niece — Kevin said that while Hanks, 67, and Parton, 78, "are legends, obviously," the relatives of season's contestants are even "more [famous] than that."

However, he insisted that it's "hard to figure it out" this time around, even with access to the internet. "It's so difficult," Franklin, 23, agreed.

<p>ABC/John Fleenor</p> Hosts Kevin and Franklin Jonas on season 2 of 'Claim to Fame'

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Hosts Kevin and Franklin Jonas on season 2 of 'Claim to Fame'

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Aside from Hanks and Parton's nieces, other past contestants on Claim to Fame have included Keke Palmer's sister, who won the first season and Nick Cannon's brother, who was crowned the winner of season 2 after correctly guessing that his opponent's dad was J.B. Smoove.

Donny Osmond's son Chris was also a contestant on season 2 and came in third, and was praised by his father for "making the show interesting" as his identity eluded his opponents.

"Obviously I've done several [reality shows] with The Masked Singer and Dancing with the Stars, but this is totally different," Donny told PEOPLE. "So I [told him], 'Just be as clever as you can in this kind of situation.' And boy, has he been clever."

ABC/John Fleenor Kevin and Frankie Jonas as the hosts of 'Claim to Fame'
ABC/John Fleenor Kevin and Frankie Jonas as the hosts of 'Claim to Fame'

The singer, 66, joked that he "can only imagine how many moms are screaming at the television because he's done such a great job to keep [his identity] hidden."

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Claim to Fame season 3 premieres Wednesday, July 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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