After weeks and weeks of competition, Loreal Palmer is officially your Claim To Fame winner. The finale came down to Loreal and Logan, with Loreal guessing correctly that Logan is Jason Aldean’s cousin. Despite keeping her celebrity relative a secret from her castmates, viewers knew that Loreal is Keke Palmer’s sister back in episode 4.
So, who is Loreal Palmer? The Claim To Fame champion has so much going for her. HollywoodLife has 5 key things you need to know about this Claim To Fame competitor.
1. Loreal won Claim To Fame.
The first Claim To Fame winner was crowned in the September 6 episode of the series. Loreal, who went by L.C. on the show, decided to be the final guesser. Her gut instincts proved solid because she guessed Logan’s celebrity relative correctly. Being the Claim To Fame champion, Loreal won the $100,000 grand prize.
“I actually have always in the back of my mind have had this plan to start my own production company. I want to make horror movies,” Loreal told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “It was always like a long dream, but now I’m like, hey, maybe I can start the process of that now. I’m actually really excited.”
2. Keke fully supported her run on Claim To Fame.
“I’m living for her being on Claim To Fame, I mean she is giving her all. I’m so proud of her,” Keke told ET. “You know, everybody in my family is a real character, and obviously she’s my older sister, so a lot of what you see and know of as me, I got from her. So I’m very excited.” In the ABC series, Loreal revealed that she and Keke are “extremely close. I feel like she is my biggest cheerleader.”
3. Loreal is Keke’s older sister.
Loreal is the oldest of Sharon and Larry Palmer’s four children. Loreal is 33. Loreal and Keke also have younger twin siblings named Lawrence and Lawrencia.
4. Loreal helped write two songs for film soundtracks.
Loreal was featured as a writer of “Not In Your Video” and “All My Girlz” on the Akeelah and the Bee soundtrack, which starred Loreal’s sister Keke. Loreal was also a performer in “Not In Your Video.” She is credited as a writer on the track “Bottoms Up” from the movie Make It Happen.
5. Loreal has worked as a set decorator.
Loreal worked as a set decorator on the short film Resident Evil: Resurrection, according to her IMDb profile. The film was released in 2012.