MyHeritage DNA Featured on Fox and Friends

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Fox News recently invited MyHeritage to the channel’s Fox & Friends morning show to talk about MyHeritage DNA and to help the show’s hosts learn more about each host’s origins. Author Yvette Corporon, a friend of MyHeritage and author of the upcoming book “Something Beautiful Happened,” presented the anchors with their incredible results.

Yvette revealed the DNA ethnicity results of three of the hosts and provided genealogical research and fascinating historical documents, to back it up, found by the MyHeritage research team. They were all surprised to learn about their DNA!

The three hosts’ experiences can be seen in the video below:

All of the hosts were blown away by the power of MyHeritage DNA, and the information they received regarding their families. We were able to witness the real emotions of family history discovery.

Here are some great reactions from followers on Twitter:

It was great to present MyHeritage DNA and the value of genetic testing for family history research. Learning more about the past helps you understand your roots and feel more connected to those ancestors who came before — it can also be a life-changing experience!

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  • Skip DeCoste


    May 22, 2017

    Wow, great way to promote your product….would love to have it done the TV host way..

  • Mark Schroeder


    May 22, 2017

    I had my DNA tested by two different companies and came up with different results. 23andme said I was 1% black and that I was from Cameroon, Senegal Guinea Liberia and Ivory Coast down to the Congo or I was West African and my other test done by Ancestry.com said I was 1% North African which covered Morocco, Western Sahara, Algeria, Libya. Also 23andme said I was 18,5% Iberian (Spain & Portugal) and Ancestry.com said I was 2% Iberian.

  • william l guzman


    May 22, 2017

    Now that I had taken the test for confused than ever along with family,went from Hispanic to 60 percent italian.real head scratcher. Thank you

  • Lona Faye Duke Downer Bows


    May 24, 2017

    I’m waiting for my results. Can’t wait. I have been doing genealogy on my family for years. I’m excited to know if my research is correct. I have learned through the years that we all are cousins. Now to put all the ducks in the right rows!

  • Rudy Delgado


    May 25, 2017

    I want my status reports

  • Rudy Delgado


    May 25, 2017

    I want my DNA results dna dna l Want to see me heritage

  • Eleanor Hardister


    May 26, 2017

    I had my DNA tested and I have met a few relatives on a couple of the sites. But the most fascinating thing is even before I had my DNA tested my sister did research on our Dad’s ancestry. My great-grandfather is Jacob Scarberry and Chuck Norris mother is Wilma Scarberry Norris Knight. I am really trying to find the connections. Wouldn’t anyone want to be related to Chuck Norris? FYI, his name is Carlos Ray Norris. Anyone wanting to take pity on me and help me make this connection, Wow! I don’t know how I would Thank you. Also, my Dad has Cherokee in his bloodline and I was told Chuck Norris also does. Another tidbit, I also have found a Cyrus in the wood pile. Lol.. Help, Please!

  • Janie Dillon


    August 8, 2017

    You should get all your sibling or children tested as the DNA as each child get different DNA from their parents.

    • Esther


      August 9, 2017

      The more people that you test, the better your chances at making discoveries are!

  • Per Christensen


    September 19, 2017

    Et godt sted for at få mere info om sine forfædre og hvor man stammer fra via slægtsled.
    Er også glad for slægt træet ogTreebuilder.
    Tak til alle jer for det gode arbejde.
    Hilsen fra Danmark

  • Volker Hammer


    February 4, 2018

    Is it possible to find out with this kid hebrow roots in my family line???

  • Malcolm Sharp


    May 16, 2018

    With 20,000 ancestors to work on, the pedigree view is a wonderful new tool to use to see what is missing and any flaws in my tree. Thanks MyHeritage.

  • Paulo Fabricio


    July 4, 2018

    My Heritage DNA test really works. I knew most of my family background but there are surprises. I knew that the great grandparents on one side were immigrants from Italy arriving in Brazil at the end of the 19th century or beginning 20th. And like most Brazil citizens also Portuguese origin with, may be, some native American mix. Well, when I got my results I was kind of skeptical when it showed that I also had close to 18% Scandinavian origin. I thought, ‘Well this must be some error’. But, speaking to a aunt in Brazil she said that her great grandmother was from Scandinavia area, exact country not sure. I also found out a not so distant relative in Spain. She was actually born in Brazil and married a Spaniard and after contacting I found out that we have common great great grandfather. But we did not know about each others existence like of course I must have many relatives in Italy and Portugal both origins confirmed by the test plus 4.4% Central American which is the way they call the mixture of Central and South American Indians with Europeans. I also had a Brother doing the test with a fake name and bingo, the test immediately identified hin as my brother. How about that?