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"Big Star Little Star" tests celebrities and their offspring to see how much they know about their family members. Hosted by Cat Deeley, the game show pits three famous families against one another in each episode. The stars team up with their kids to answer questions that reveal behind-the-scenes moments from the celebrities' personal lives. While there might be some embarrassment in store for the celebs, it's all in good fun and for a good cause -- the families are playing to win money for their favorite charities.

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Harold and Wynter Perrineau; Rain and Brooke Burke; Zolten and Penn Jillette.
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Contestants include professional beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh Jennings and her son Joey, TV host Mario Lopez and his daughter Gia and singer Christina Milian with her daughter Violet.
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Contestants include singer Joey Fatone and his daughter Kloey, TV personality Phaedra Parks and her son Ayden and former professional football player Greg Jennings with his daughter Alea.
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Contestants include former professional basketball player Kenny Smith and his son Malloy, actress Nicole Sullivan and her son Beckett and actor Gilles Marini with his daughter Juliana.
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Contestants include former professional baseball player David Ross and his son Cole, actress Teri Polo and her daughter Bayley and singer Howie Dorough with his son James.
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Todd and Grayson Chrisley; Marissa Jaret and Zev Winokur; Chad and Cha'iel Johnson.

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