DALLAS -- You're probably familiar with Ancestry.com, the website that helps you track down your family history using a family tree.
Ancestry has launched a new component that goes even deeper: AncestryDNA and what they call "the world's largest consumer DNA database."
With DNA analysis (done via at-home kits that get sent to a lab), Ancestry can provide a global breakdown of your ethnicity.
Participants also receive matches with current genetic relatives in Ancestry's database.
So when Ancestry offered our hosts the opportunity to do the DNA analysis, they couldn't wait!
Check out the video above to see their results, including one stunning revelation!
If you're interested in AncestryDNA, it costs $99 to get your own DNA kit and begin tracking your ancestors and family members.