‘Jeopardy!’ Legend Ken Jennings Imagines His Favorite Part of Being a Radio DJ

by Megan Molseed
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Ken Jennings is at it again! Recently, the “Jeopardy!” icon has been showing his funny side on his Twitter account. 

On Monday, June 21 Jennings’s Twitter followers learned what he would enjoy most if he were to take on the role of a radio DJ. 

According to the tweet, Ken Jennings has decided that, were he to be a radio DJ, returning to the tunes would be his most favorite part of the job. 

“If I was a radio DJ, I bet my favorite part of the job would be gettin back to the music,” the game-show winner quipped.

Over the last few weeks, the “Jeopardy!” champion, and guest-host has taken to Twitter in order to make some humorous observations. Earlier this month, the “Jeopardy!” GOAT tweeted that the sound in the recent PayPal radio commercial was stuck in his head. Before that, took to Twitter to point out a humorous observation regarding a “Friday Night Lights” BluRay cover.

Ken Jennings Has Made a Career Out of Witty Observations

Lately, Jenning’s Twitter has been on fire. In fact, the “Jeopardy!” champion has also published a book full of his witty observations and whacky facts in the book “Planet Funny.” His Twitter bio references the publication (with links) noting he is the author of “‘Planet Funny’ and a bunch of other stuff.” 

“Jeopardy!” icon Ken Jennings has made a career out of knowing massive amounts of tidbits and random facts. 

When Jennings first set foot on the iconic “Jeopardy!” stage in 2004, no one knew the impact the young man would make. The knowledgable contestant broke records on the long-running game show. 

Ken Jennings finished a 74-episode winning streak by winning over $2.5 million. 

The “Jeopardy!” star took on the answer/question game show in 2004. Jennings broke records with a 74-episode winning streak on the long-running game show. By the time he left the show, Jenning’s had won over $2.5 million. 

In 2020, Jennings joined the Jeopardy team, this time as a producer. He began his role on the hit game show at the beginning of its 37th season on air. 

When “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek passed away from stage 4 pancreatic cancer in 2020, producers of the hit show were tasked with finding someone to replace the beloved host. It wasn’t long before the “Jeopardy!” producers announced they would be inviting a series of guest hosts to step up to the podium trying their turns at hosting the show. 

Jennings took his turn filling in the role in a six-week stint at the beginning of the year.

Trebek had been the “Jeopardy!” host since its premiere in 1984.

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