Who Is Pepper In ‘Claim To Fame’? Who Is Pepper On Claim To Fame Related To

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Claim to Fame, ABC’s newest reality show, combines Big Brother’s strategic elements with The Masked Singer’s a mystery/celebrity component. The end result? Viewers have become obsessed with figuring out each contestant’s true identity before they are eliminated and finally revealed on the show. Although some contestants are easier to guess than others (hello, “Louise”), fans are having difficulty determining which celebrity “Pepper” is related to.

So, who exactly is Pepper in Claim to Fame?

Pepper’s First Episode of Claim to Fame?

Claim to Fame’s first episode began with a disqualified contestant. “Guesser” Pepper was about to guess Maxwell’s identity when producers stopped filming.

Kevin and Frankie announced Maxwell’s disqualification for breaking the “no electronic devices” rule by using a hidden cell phone. Maxwell, Chuck Norris’ grandson, was sent packing, so Pepper stayed. Pepper was relieved because she planned to guess Steven Spielberg for Maxwell and be sent home.

Contestants on Claim To Fame

No Contestants
1 Lark
2 Dominique
3 Logan
4 Amara
5 L.C
6 Michael
7 Pepper
8 Kai
9 X
10 Maxwell
11 Louise
12 Brittany

In Episode 1 of ‘Claim to Fame,’ Pepper was almost eliminated

Pepper was chosen as the first guesser in Season 1, Episode 1 of Claim to Fame. This meant she had to correctly guess who another contestant was related to or else she would be eliminated. Pepper eventually chose Maxwell, believing him to be Steven Spielberg’s grandson.

However, before she could reveal her guess, the production crew called hosts Joe and Frankie Jonas off-camera and informed them that Max had cheated. He was caught by cameras in his bedroom using a smartphone, which is against the rules, so he was disqualified and sent home. Pepper was fortunate because her guess about Max’s identity was incorrect; Max is the grandson of Chuck Norris.

The Clues Pepper on Claim to Fame

Each Claim to Fame contestant revealed two truths and one lie about their celebrity relative/relationship. Unfortunately, Episode 1 did not include all of Pepper’s (and many other people’s) facts. The only one home viewers heard was Peper’s lie: “He is best known as a comedian.” Which, to be honest, isn’t much to go on.

What Is the Process of Claim to Fame?

Claim to Fame pits 12 celebrity relatives against each other in order to discover their fellow contestants’ celebrity connections. At the same time, they must keep their own famous relative hidden.

Each week, one player is designated as “the guesser,” and he or she must correctly identify another contestant’s star connection or be eliminated. The final contestant standing will receive a $100,000 cash prize.

What Are the Other Claims to Fame Guesses?

Many fans speculate on social media about the possible relatives of the other cast members. At the moment, viewers believe Dominique looks like Lonni Love, X is Laverne Cox’s brother, and LC is related to either Keke Palmer or Lawrence Fishburne.

Despite the fact that many viewers have compared Logan to Spider-Man actor Tom Holland, it appears that some fans believe Logan is related to country music artist Jason Aldean. Claim to Fame airs Mondays at 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. on ABC. Episodes will be available to stream on Hulu the day after they air.

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FAQ:

Who is Pepper related to on Claim to Fame show?

Because Pepper was the guesser, she correctly identified Michael as Zendaya’s cousin. Pepper was also the week one guesser when she incorrectly assumed Maxwell was Steven Spielberg’s grandson. This information was obtained from a poll.

Who is Dominic related to on Claim to Fame?

On ‘Claim to Fame,’ who is Dominique? Dominique’s true identity was revealed in Claim to Fame Episode 4: Dominique Sharpton is the civil rights activist Al Sharpton’s daughter!

Pepper is a microcephalic woman who was committed to Briarcliff Manor after performing with Fräulein Elsa’s Cabinet of Curiosities. She is a character played by Naomi Grossman in American Horror Story. She first appears in Asylum, and earlier in her life in Freak Show.

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