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    JEOPARDY! fans have been left stunned after 23-time champ Mattea Roach's historic run ended tonight. For the 23-year-old champ from up north, it all went south, losing by just $1 in an "insane" final round. 1Jeopardy!'s latest 'super-champ' Mattea Roach lost after 23 victories on May 6th Canadian tutor Mattea - who fans have watched win a wild 23 straight games - the fifth-longest winning streak on the show ever - was beaten tonight. She lost to Danielle Mauer, a Georgia marketing manager in a Final Jeopardy that fans couldn't manage to believe. Ken Jennings - hosting this week and who many viewers want to score the respected gig for good - watched it all conclude in an "insane" final round. It all came down to $1 in a shocking conclusion that left the contestants and viewers speechless. Read more on Mattea RoachCANADIAN COMEBACK Fans stunned by 'craziest Final Jeopardy! EVER' before Mattea's 23rd winHAIR SHE IS! Jeopardy! champ Mattea reveals she was in famous singer's video with BLUE hair Going into Final Jeopardy, Danielle was in second place, but got the Final Jeopardy...
    JEOPARDY! fans have been left buzzing over the "craziest final round EVER." Mattea Roach pulled off an "insane" comeback for her 23rd win that "breath-holding" fans could not believe. 1Thursday's Jeopardy! came down to a movie-related final question that was one for the booksCredit: ABC With SEVEN tattoos including two LEG tattoos, a septum piercing, wire-rimmed glasses and buzzer "hand waving" - Mattea has made waves for her unconventionally "casual" and quirky gameplay style and undeniable streak. The "super-champ" as Jeopardy! described - won her first game one month ago and exclaimed her "student loans are paid off!" Mayim and Ken started filling in as temporary hosts after Alex Trebek's tragic death in 2020. Ken began with an average of 9.2 million views, surpassing Wheel of Fortune and Mayim, who subbed in soon after and averaged her viewers at a lower 5.7million. Most read in EntertainmentSAD NEWS Toddlers & Tiaras star dead at 16, heartbroken family confirms'HOW EMBARRASSING' Kardashian fans pity Khloe as she gushes over Tristan before his scandalPOOR P! Kourtney Kardashian's daughter Penelope sobs after Travis Barker's proposalOFF HER CHEST Kendall pulls down her top amid rumors she...
    JEOPARDY! fans fumed over now 17-day champ Mattea Roach's "poor attitude" on Wednesday. But the Canadian's "complaining" was overcast by a WILD Final Jeopardy that left fans "unable to EXHALE." 1Mattea Roach won her 17th Jeopardy! game in a WILD wayCredit: ABC A music fan with a septum piercing and wire-rimmed glasses, Mattea is a hand-wave away from being a household name. The now 'super-champ' as Jeopardy! described, has SEVEN tattoos including two LEG tattoos dedicated to the band The Talking Heads, and when she won her first game two weeks ago exclaimed her "student loans are paid off!" "I have 7 tattoos! Good for Mattea~~knew I liked her! #Jeopardy," one fan wrote, relating to her. Mayim and Ken started filling in as temporary hosts after Alex Trebek's tragic death in 2020. Ken began with an average of 9.2 million views, surpassing Wheel of Fortune and Mayim, who subbed in soon after and averaged her viewers at 5.7million. Many fans are begging Ken to take over full-time, as one wrote earlier: "I really wish Jeopardy would just say Ken is the new host and get this over with. That's clearly where...
    JEOPARDY! 13-time champion Mattea Roach is a 23-year-old Canadian TATTED-UP tutor currently tattering through records. Here's a look inside her wildest gameplay moments yet with dueling co-hosts Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik. 8Mattea Roach is now one of the ten longest-winning Jeopardy! contestants everCredit: ABC 8Her wildest gameplay moments include answering Final Jeopardy! ALONE on stage with Ken Jennings due to a rare moveCredit: CBS 8And flaunting her seven tattoos while disarming the competitionCredit: NBC Mattea's 13th straight win on April 21st tied her for ninth-most consecutive Jeopardy! victories ever. Also on that legacy list of luminaries are Amy Schneider, James Holzhauer and Ken himself. Many fans want Ken to take over full time, as one wrote to Facebook this week: "I really wish Jeopardy would just say Ken is the new host and get this over with." While the permanent hosting slot is still in 'Jeopardy!' there's no question Mattea's run has been WILD with $286K so far as she Cana-does the impossible. Read more on Jeopardy!HISTORIC MOVE Fans stunned by champ Mattea's Final Jeopardy! move they've NEVER seen...
    JEOPARDY! fans were left STUNNED by Mattea Roach's rare Final Jeopardy move they've "never seen before." The 12-day Canadian champion ended with a historic win Wednesday and HOW she won had viewers buzzing. 1Mattea Roach won her 12th game of Jeopardy! ALONE on stage due to a technicality As host Ken Jennings noted during April 20th's Jeopardy! episode, 23-year-old Mattea's 12th victory makes her one of the show's top 10 longest-running champions. But even more rare according to fans was how her 12th win ended. As first-time contestants were left in the red going into Final Jeopardy, the show returned from commercial with the tutor on a tear ALONE at her podium. "We don't usually come to you first in "Final Jeopardy but were going to today," Ken remarked at the shocking scene. Read More on The US SunHIGH & MIGHTY ‘Weed nuns’ announce plans to blaze new path with a green tourPIERS MORGAN Trump raged 'what the f**k is this?' after seeing what I'd written about him Wow, the other two contestants didn't make it to Final Jeopardy. Never...
    JEOPARDY! fans fumed over Ken Jennings' "huge mistake" leaving two contestants "ROBBED." They said "all three" got Wednesday's Final Jeopardy correct though it was only given to returning champ Mattea Roach. 1Dozens of fans were furious with the 'verbiage' of Final Jeopardy Ken currently splits hosting duties with actress Mayim Bialik, and returned this week which many fans buzzed about. On Facebook one wrote: "YAY!! Ken Jennings will be back next week! Please make him permanent host!" However, fans battled Ken Wednesday over Final Jeopardy and whether it was "fair." Now seven-day champion Mattea Roach was the only one to get the question right, according to Ken - however per Twitter he "screwed up" and "all contestants" including newcomers Rachel Skytt and Adam Wallick got it. The game-ending question read: "Intimately familiar with World War I, Churchill considered this war from some 150 years earlier the 'First World War.' Both first time contestants answered: "What is the French Indian war." Ken bluntly told them both they were WRONG, while Mattea answered "What is the seven day war." Ken expained to right podium-placed Adam, who...
    A JEOPARDY! contestant left fans in hysterics after forfeiting the final round of the game to give a wrong, but hilarious, answer. New York Sportscaster Mike Janela was in third place with no chance of winning the game, so decided to joke with the audience instead. 4Astoria sportscaster Mike Janela won the hearts of sports fans everywhere during his final moments on Jeopardy!Credit: ABC 4Not knowing the right answer to the final Jeopardy! clue, Mike Janela gave a shout-out to a New York sports teamCredit: ABC His last moments on the show left him in good graces with sports fans everywhere. The Final Jeopardy! clue was, "Patented in 1955, it did not go over well in the high-end fashion world but the then-new aerospace industry found it very useful." The correct answer was, “What is Velcro?” But Janela was stumped and couldn’t think of the right answer. Read more Jeopardy! storiesQUIET, KELLY Jeopardy! fans angry after Kelly Clarkson SLAMS them for 'picking on' MayimMAYIM'S FINALE Jeopardy!'s Mayim reveals the LAST date she'll film new episodes of show Instead, he gave...
    JEOPARDY! fans were shocked after reigning champion Jackie Kelly LOST on the "easiest question ever." Many fans online, but only ONE contestant and new winner Evan Roberts - knew Final Jeopardy. 1Jeopardy! fans were shocked Jackie answered a question about Stonewall Inn with 'Radio City' Jackie, a poised Cary, North Carolina-based Pension Calculation Developer, was going strong on a four-day winning streak. She entered March 30th's Jeopardy! with $91K in winnings and ended the show the victor with $115K. However, it wasn't just her Final Jeopardy correct answer that fans loved, but the way she "calmly" crushed the Daily Double. When asked by host Mayim Bialik what she'd wager midway through, she gently responded: "All of It." Most read in EntertainmentROCKED HIS WORLD Chris Rock breaks down in tears on stage in 1st show since Will Smith slapUNFORTUNATE Wheel Of Fortune fans SLAM 'unfair' show after contestant was 'robbed' of prizeSAD SIGNS Bruce Willis' stunt double reveals how he 'changed' before aphasia diagnosisWHAT ABOUT BABS? Where Teen Mom Jenelle's mother Barbara is now 3 years after firing
    Up until the week that Amy Schneider ended her historic 40-game winning streak on “Jeopardy!,” she was still working full-time as a software engineer because her check for $1,382,800 had yet to arrive. But it’s safe to assume that the money has arrived, allowing the 42-year-old Oakland resident to feel secure enough to announce that she quit her job Monday. In a tweet Tuesday, she said, with her characteristic humor and humility, that she had made the “nerve-racking” decision “to pivot from software engineer to … public figure, I guess?” Yes, what does being “a public figure” mean? As Schneider indicated, the career path is rather nebulous, and she’s not sure where it will take her. “But regardless of the outcome I’m so excited to spend the next couple years at least tackling this new challenge!” she said. One of her first acts as a “public figure” comes Thursday. She’ll make a public appearance at 12:30 p.m. at the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, appearing in person with Michelle Meow, who produces Commonwealth Club programming of interest to the LGBTQ...
    A contestant on Tuesday’s game of "Jeopardy!" had one of the most disappointing games in recent memory, scoring so low that he did not even qualify for the "Final Jeopardy!" round.  Matt King, a lawyer from Lewisville, Tx. got off to a strong start but ultimately ended the game with a negative score of -$6,400, marking one of the lowest scores in the show’s history. Yahoo Entertainment notes that the player was strong on questions in the football category, an area that others have struggled with in the past. However, his sports knowledge wasn't enough to give him an overall total capable of beating out his competition.  Because he was in the negative space going into "Final Jeopardy!," host Ken Jennings was forced to inform him that he was not eligible to continue in the game.  ALEX TREBEK SPENT HIS FINAL DAY WATCHING THE HORIZON WITH HIS WIFE JEAN Ken Jennings is currently filling in as the host of ''Jeopardy!'' for the remainder of 2021. (Jeopardy Productions Inc.) "Matt, I'm afraid you took your swings," said Jennings. "That's a strategy....
    NEW YORK -- There's no question: Alex Trebek is dearly missed by all his fans.Monday, Nov. 8, marks the one-year anniversary of the legendary "Jeopardy!" host's death.Trebek was born on July 22, 1940. He died in November 2020 after his open and public battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.For nearly four decades, with style and a sense of humor, he was the man with all the answers who asked for questions and earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for most game show episodes hosted by the same person.He was a master of the format, engaging in friendly banter with contestants and appearing genuinely pleased when they answered correctly. He was also able to move the game along in a brisk no-nonsense fashion whenever people struggled for answers.EMBED More News Videos Trebek was 80 years old. He has won seven Daytime Emmys for his work on the show and received a lifetime achievement Emmy award in 2011.Trebek had served as the face of the game show since its debut in daytime syndication in 1984. With more than...
    Now that "Jeopardy!" has its new permanent hosts, it’s the perfect time to revisit some of the most challenging Final "Jeopardy!" questions.  Last week, "Jeopardy!" producers announced that Mike Richards would be taking over regular episodes for the game show, while Mayim Bialik will host spinoff and special event games, FOX News previously reported. In light of the news, FOX searched for some of the Final "Jeopardy!" questions (well, answers) that stumped all three contestants during the game show.  ‘JEOPARDY!’ HOST MIKE RICHARDS APOLOGIZES FOR PAST COMMENTS HE MADE ABOUT WOMEN ON A PODCAST Using the fan-created J! Archive, which chronicles all 37-seasons of the show, FOX found 10 final round questions that all three participating contestants got wrong, including one question from the "Greatest of All Time" tournament last year, in which only winner Ken Jennings got half-correct.  To see if you measure up to past "Jeopardy!" contestants, here are 10 of the most challenging final round questions. NEW ‘JEOPARDY!’ HOST MAYIM BIALIK REVEALS HOW SHE HONORED HER JEWISH HERITAGE WHILE FILMING EPISODES Category: AnimalsThe elephant is the largest...
    More On: alex trebek ‘Jeopardy!’ host front-runner pushes back on discrimination claims What is: outrage? ‘Jeopardy!’ fans are not happy about show’s new host rumors ‘Jeopardy!’ reportedly found its new host to replace Alex Trebek LeVar Burton’s daughter roasts his ‘Jeopardy’ hosting debut Ryan Reynolds’ newest comedy film, “Free Guy” is full of famous cameos, but one man’s guest role is sure to give everyone the feels. Late “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek is one of those cameos that even made Reynolds get a little sappy. Reynolds, 44, revealed back in November 2020 shortly after Trebek’s untimely passing that the game show host shot his short cameo while battling cancer. “Alex Trebek was kind enough to film a cameo for our film ‘Free Guy’ last year despite his battle. He was gracious and funny. In addition to being curious, stalwart, generous, reassuring and of course, Canadian. We love you, Alex. And always will,” Reynolds tweeted.  Trebek and the “Deadpool” funnyman both hail from Canada and came together shortly before his death to film an episode of “Jeopardy.” The episode aired in...
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    Simone Biles talks with her coach. Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports Simone Biles has pulled out of the Tokyo Olympics women's gymnastics team final. The Team USA superstar left the gym after bailing on her vault routine during her opening event. Biles came into the games with a lingering injury, and may have tweaked the ailing ankle. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Simone Biles pulled out of the women's gymnastics team all-around final at the Tokyo Olympics. According to the official NBC broadcast, the most accomplished gymnast in the history of her sport will not continue on in Team USA's bid to earn a third-straight gold medal in the group competition. Biles looked off during her opening event at Tuesday's team final. She bailed on her vault routine and nearly wound up falling to her knees on the landing, earning one of her worst scores to date in what is arguably her strongest apparatus. After the lackluster vault, the 24-year-old chatted with her coach and left the gym alongside a Team USA trainer. She came back into...
    NEW YORK -- There's no question: Alex Trebek is dearly missed by all his fans.Eight months after his death and six months after his final "Jeopardy!" episode aired, the legendary game show host is being remembered and celebrated on what would have been his 81st birthday.Trebek was born on July 22, 1940. He died in November 2020 after his open and public battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.For nearly four decades, with style and a sense of humor, he was the man with all the answers who asked for questions and earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most game show episodes hosted by the same person.He was a master of the format, engaging in friendly banter with contestants and appearing genuinely pleased when they answered correctly. He was also able to move the game along in a brisk no-nonsense fashion whenever people struggled for answers.EMBED More News Videos Trebek was 80 years old. He has won seven Daytime Emmys for his work on the show and received a lifetime achievement Emmy award in 2011.Trebek...