‘Jeopardy!’ contestants apologize to Diana Ross for supreme age insult

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 ‘Jeopardy!’ contestants apologize to Diana Ross for supreme age insult

As Diana Ross sings, “You can’t hurry love” — or, apparently, a stumped “Jeopardy!” contestant.

A couple of competitors during Monday night’s episode were supremely embarrassed following their mutual loss during Final Jeopardy.

The clue given: “In 2021 at age 95, this singer achieved a Guinness World Record for the oldest person to release an album of new material.”

The correct answer: Tony Bennett, who released “Love for Sale” last year with Lady Gaga, earning him the record-breaking title.

Unfortunately for contestants Karen Johnson, who put down $7,401 of her $15,400 cash, and defending champion Finn Corrigan, who offered up his whole $11,400 pot, the answer was not their guess of Diana Ross — who is, by the way, just 77 years young.

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Player Margaret Chipowsky, however, did nail the answer, wagering $9,000 of her $9,800 earnings and bringing her total to $18,800.

An embarrassed Johnson later sent her “deepest apologies” to the legendary R&B singer on Twitter for the gaffe.

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“I didn’t really think you were the answer, but was running out of time and had to put something! ‘Jeopardy!’ contestants apologize to Diana Ross for supreme age insult


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