Transcript for Super Bowl MVP Outscores Astronaut on 'Celebrity Jeopardy'
Let's head over to Amy in the social square with "The speed feed." Amy That's right. Trending this morning a quarterback with a win of a different kind. Former super bowl mvp Aaron Rodgers outscoring an astronaut and a multimillionaire on "Celebrity jeopardy" on Tuesday night. Rodgers known for his strong arm on the feel, strong-arming "Shark tank's" Kevin o'leary and astronaut park Kelly. The categories ranging from Alexander the great to springseen lyrics. Take a look. Bruce Springsteen, oh, brother, are you going to leave me wasting away on the streets of this city. Kevin. What is New Jersey? Oh, no. Aaron. What is Philadelphia. That's the city, yes. Oh, yes. And then Rodgers headed into final jeopardy with a comfortable lead over o'leary and Kelly, the final jeopardy category, business, they were shown a picture with this clue. These two American businessmen are seen in early 20th century photos and all three contestants got it wrong. Rodgers said Ernst & young. The correct response Harley and Davidson. Rodgers scored $50,000 for charity. The money going to midwest athletes against childhood cancer. A noble cause but Rodgers may have lost the fashion face-off. One sports blog noting that his look was reminiscent of another Mr. Rogers. Oh. Didn't he -- he was really had the Mr. Rogers sweater. No word if he was wearing loafers. Makes you smart I'll wear the sweater. It worked. A winner. Those studios are chilly. Exactly. You would have gotten it. You heard me. Yeah.
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