Watch Jimmy Kimmel Host An Adorable Version Of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire For His Kids

In honor of becoming the host of the celebrity version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Jimmy Kimmel threw the first game for his 2-year-old son Billy and 5-year-old daughter Jane.

Jimmy sat between his two kids as he introduced them to viewers: “I’ve got two very special players here to practice with,” he said. “First of all, Jane Kimmel, who loves to draw and loves to watch Frozen 2. Let’s have a round of applause for Jane.”

Next, he turned to his little boy. “And, he’s 2 years old. His name is Billy. He loves Spider-Man and T-Rexes. Billy Kimmel, everyone,” the dad continued.

The trio then dove straight into the game, with Jimmy popping up questions on topics the kids know all about, ranging from “Which animal eats bananas?” to “Who are the sisters in Frozen?”

Watch Jimmy Kimmel host the unusual episode of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

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The kids were crushing it. They were choosing all the correct options, earning thousands and thousands of pennies. However, Billy eventually got fussy and wouldn’t continue the game. Luckily, his sister helped him out and the two proceeded to the final (trick) question: “Who is your favorite person?” with three of the four options including daddy, and the last being their mom.

To keep his kids busy during the coronavirus pandemic, he perfectly tailored the questions to their interests

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Here are the questions and answers the little contestants gave

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With the last answer, Jane earned 1,000,000 pennies to end the game, and Jimmy announced that the family would be donating the cash equivalent of that — $10,000 — to No Kid Hungry to fight child hunger amid the coronavirus pandemic.

People thought the show was really cute

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