Aaron Rodgers wasn’t kidding when he revealed in January that he was going to be an upcoming guest host on Jeopardy! after the death of Alex Trebek.
The newly-engaged Rodgers — fiancee Shailene Woodley just called him “the nerd who wants to host Jeopardy!” — who once won a celebrity edition of the quiz show will start his 10-show run on April 5, per USA TODAY. His episodes will follow those hosted by Dr. Oz.
In case you need a reminder of how good Rodgers was when he was on the show in 2015, here’s a video. Although hosting is an entirely different challenge, I think he’s going to be outstanding.
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