Country stars Jon Pardi and Lauren Alaina are set to make a special appearance on Celebrity Family Feud this month.

The TV game show, hosted by Steve Harvey, will feature the two stars – along with radio personalties Bobby Bones, Amy Brown and Lunchbox (real name Dan Chappell) – on ABC Jul. 21 at 8PM ET.

Bones, who is leading the team, broke the news months ago that he and his crew would appear on the show, but fans were none the wiser on when it would air. On the Bones' and friends episode, Bones' five-person feud team takes on actress/entrepreneur Brooklyn Decker along with her husband, former world No. 1 pro tennis player, Andy Roddick. The team of Decker and Roddick also includes Decker’s father, mother and brother.

Via his syndicated radio show, Bones initially noted on-air in February that he was invited to play Celebrity Family Feud and "they said bring whoever you want."

"We don't care if you bring your family, you can bring any friends, you can just find people on the street. Show up and bring people," Bones continued.

After Bones decided on his five-person cast, he realized they all had to come in from different places – Bones from California, Alaina from North Dakota, Pardi from Nevada, and Brown and Lunchbox from Tennessee – but all were excited to participate.

Celebrity Family Feud donates the money won by either team to the charity of the team leader's choice; if Bones' team wins, the donation will be going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, who Bones is regularly involved with.

Since all of the contestants are sworn to secrecy, fans are still waiting to find out who wins. Survey says?

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