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Host
Danny Bonaduce
Broadcast
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VH1: 3/20/2008 - 5/8/2008
Packager
3 Ball Productions

I Know My Kid's a Star was a short-lived reality entertainment competition where ten child-star wannabes along with their parents competed for a chance to win $50,000 along with a one-year contract with a real-life Hollywood agent.

PremiseEdit

The parents and their children live together in a house. Week to week, the teams work on various performance-related challenges. The show itself consisted of eight episodes only, with one team sent home at the end of each episode. The parent/child team that wins the final competition is awarded $50,000 and a one-year contract for the child with a Hollywood agent.

ContestantsEdit

McKenzie Knapps (age 9) and her mother, Shannon (winner)
Cheyenne Haynes (age 11) and her mother, Helene Kress (eliminated in episode #8)
Mary Jo Wold (age 12) and her mother, Pam (eliminated in episode #8)
Alai Divinity (age 12) and her mother, Gigi Hunter (eliminated in episode #7)
Gian Di Franco (age 13) and his mother, Sandy (eliminated in episode #6)
Hayley Rousselle (age 10) and her mother, Lisia (eliminated in episode #5)
Hayley Sanchez (age 9) and her mother, Melissa "Rocky" Brasselle (eliminated in episode #4)
Cameron VanderWerf (age 12) and his mother, Shari (eliminated in episode #3)
Devon Goocher (age 10) and her father, Kevin (eliminated in episode #2)
Austin Parker (age 12) and his father, Jonathan (eliminated in episode #1)

Australian VersionEdit

An Australian version of the show also featuring Bonaduce as a judge under the name My Kid's a Star hosted by Cameron Daddo aired on the Nine Network from April 9, 2008 until May 31, 2008.

TriviaEdit

The all-time winners of this short-lived series were Shannon and McKenzie Knapps.

LinksEdit

Official Website
I Know My Kid's a Star @ 3 Ball Producions website (via Internet Archive)