You voted and the results have finally arrived! Watch #Jeopardy today to see who secured Fan Favorite spots in the upcoming Battle of the Decades tournament! Thanks to all who voted, and for a quick refresher, check out all of the candidates here: http://bit.ly/1jhVMgO
Laura Osnes, Broadway’s Cinderella, making her transformation from a servant girl in rags to a dazzling princess.
It might be every girl’s dream to be whisked away to a fairytale land, to ride in Cinderella’s magical carriage, and to don a sparkling tiara like a princess, so being on the set of Broadway’s “Cinderella” with Jimmy and the cast was quite a memorable experience for me! Growing up, when I wasn’t too busy being a tomboy, my big sister would get me to play dress-up with her; we’d wear my Mom’s old slips and jewelry while pretending to be brides, beauty queens or princesses. I imagine many of you can relate? The whole time on stage while at Cinderella, I kept thinking of big my sister, Trina, knowing how much she’d love to be in my shoes. As much as I love and appreciate Broadway and musicals, Trina is an even bigger fan! Sometimes I have to pinch myself to realize it’s all in a day’s work with the JEOPARDY! Clue Crew!
CULVER CITY, CALIF. (November 25, 2013) – Rani Peffer, a 35-year-old corporate finance manager originally from Dawson Springs, Ky., and now living in Crittenden, Ky., won her fifth consecutive JEOPARDY! game in an episode that aired today. Peffer will attempt to add to her $68,701 payout against two new challengers on tomorrow’s episode of America’s Favorite Quiz Show®.
“Realizing I won that amount of money was amazing, but even more than that I relished the feeling of being a winner,” Peffer said. “I also get a kick out of challenging stereotypes in a way that people might not expect. I hope my performance on the show will challenge people’s ideas about what to expect from a person with a rural background, or a person who works in corporate finance, or a mom with young kids.”
Hey JEOPARDY! fans! Make sure to tune in on Friday, November 22, and join me for a special visit to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the cylindrical building (wider at the top than the bottom), was conceived as a “temple of the spirit” and is considered one of the 20th century’s most important architectural landmarks.
The building opened in 1959, replacing rented spaces used by the museum since its founding. It was my first time there and it’s truly remarkable; the unique ramp gallery extends from just under the ceiling skylight in a long, continuous spiral along the outer edges of the building until it reaches the ground level.
Critics said that Wright’s design would overpower the art inside. Wright refused to believe that and he wrote, “On the contrary, it was to make the building and the painting an uninterrupted, beautiful symphony such as never existed in the world of art before.”
Thank you to the museum for a very enjoyable and memorable day!
His students loved the action of CJ! and are so excited to root for their favorite teacher tonight on Jeopardy! at 6 p.m. local time on KTXA-TV!
Hi everyone, it’s Jimmy from the Clue Crew. Today, I had the pleasure of spending the entire morning playing Classroom Jeopardy! with fourth grade math teacher and JEOPARDY! Teachers Tournament finalist John Pearson at Austin Elementary School in Coppell, Texas, right outside of Dallas.
Hello!, it’s Sarah from the Clue Crew, checking in from Anchorage, Alaska!