Jeopardy! fans mock host Ken Jennings after they spot detail in new behind-the-scenes video for Tournament… – The US Sun

Jeopardy! fans mock host Ken Jennings after they spot detail in new behind-the-scenes video for Tournament… – The US Sun

JEOPARDY! fans have spotted a messy detail in Ken Jennings' new behind-the-scenes video, and the host is being mocked.
The 48-year-old shared a clip from his dressing room at the Tournament of Champions, but many of his followers could not help but notice a distracting problem with his outfit.
“Hey Jeopardy! fans,” began the video from Ken, who was stood in front of a rack of clothes and a mirror.
“Suit up with me for the TOC (Tournament of Champions),” he said, wearing a casual pink Oxford shirt and jeans.
The video then transitioned to show Ken looking sharp in his navy blue suit, pressed shirt, and navy tie.
“Let’s go to work,” said Ken as he showed off the two-piece.
However, many fans noticed that when he was wearing his casual outfit, Ken’s shirt was badly creased.
Some took to the comments and called out the former-champ for his fashion faux-pas.
“Give Ken an iron,” begged one.
Another proposed: “Guess he doesn’t iron when it’s casual.”
A third wrote that Ken “cleans up nice,” but told him: “ Let’s give that pink shirt a steam!”
It’s not the first time recently that Ken has caused a stir with his social media posts.
Earlier this week, he shared a photo on Twitter showing a bag of Cretors cheese and caramel popcorn.
He divided fans as he wrote: “Chicago pizza and hot dogs are so good that we just give them a pass on their abominable popcorn.”
But his followers quickly fired off their enraged replies.
“Ken, this might be your most offensive tweet. Chicago popcorn is incredible,” wrote one.
Another agreed: “Oh you’re so wrong… just wronger than wrong can be. This is awesome!”
Meanwhile, Ken has been busy hosting the new season of Jeopardy!, which premiered on September 12.
He will also present this year's Tournament of Champions – which starts October 31.
It is set to feature more super-champions (contestants who have won more than 10 games) than any year prior.
Returning champs like Mattea Roach (23 wins and $560K), Amy Schneider (40 wins and $1.3M), Matt Amodio (38 wins and $1.5M) and Ryan Long (16 wins and $299K) all have 10 of the longest winning streaks in history.
Regular episodes of Jeopardy! featuring reigning ace Cris Pannullo will return in a month after the Second Chance Tournament and Tournament of Champions air.
Ken will step aside from the iconic game show in January so that his co-host Mayim Bialik – now handling Celebrity Jeopardy! – can take the reins.
Over the summer, he and the Call Me Kat actress were officially announced as the permanent replacements for the late Alex Trebek.
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