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‘Jeopardy!’ champion James Holzhauer mocks Ken Jennings’ ‘Celebrity’ lineup

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“Jeopardy!” champ James Holzhauer had some choice words for current host and former champ Ken Jennings.

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Holzhauer, who won the game show an astonishing 32 times, re-shared a Jennings post on X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter.

In the 30-second video teaser the 49-year-old host shared a trailer teaser for the upcoming “Celebrity Jeopardy!” tournament.

“27 celebrities will face off for a shot at winning $1,000,000 for charity,” Jennings wrote. “#CelebrityJeopardy! premieres Wednesday September 27 8/7c on ABC and Stream on Hulu.”

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During the video, Jennings also alluded that while the celebrity contestants were fighting for the charities, “a lot more is on the line,” as the stars may be fighting for bragging rights and pride.

Despite the drama-filled one liner, Holzhauer was seemingly unimpressed. “Cool teaser, but where are the celebrities?” he captioned his post.

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27 celebrities will face off for a shot at winning $1,000,000 for charity when “CelebrityJeopardy” premieres Wednesday September 27th on ABC and Stream on Hulu.

Many fans shared Holzhauer sentiments regarding the announcement which they viewed to be equally lackluster.

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“I know Sherri Shepherd,” one fan said. “That’s it.”

In the comments section, fans agreed with the Jeopardy! Masters winner about the lack of star names.

One fan said: “I know Sherri Shepherd. That’s it.”

Another fan added: “I recognize five of the names listed, especially Christopher Meloni from Law & Order: Organized Crime. And I mostly know Steven Weber from Wings in the 1990s.”

ABC announced some of the stars set to compete on season two.

In addition to Shepard, fans can look forward to watching “Abbott Elementary” actress, Lisa Ann Walter, “Law & Order: Organized Crime” leading man Christopher Meloni, Mark Duplass of “The Morning Show,” Dulé Hill of “The Wonder Years,” Oscar winner for “Mighty Aphrodite” Mira Sorvino, “Veep” star Timothy Simons, Utkarsh Ambudkar of “Ghosts,” Steven Weber of “Chicago Med)” Emily Hampshire from “Schitt’s Creek” and Katie Nolan from “Speed Round.”

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