Jeopardy! simply bid a last goodbye to late host Alex Trebek, that passed away at age 80 adhering to a year-long fight with pancreatic cancer cells in November 2020.
On Jan. 8, the authorities Youtube network for the video game program uploaded a homage video clip of several of Trebek’s craziest as well as most heartfelt minutes, readied to the song of Peter Allen‘s “Once Before I Go.” The video clip consists of clips from several years of Trebek’s time on the program, which he initially started holding in 1984.
“Simply the best,” the video clip’s inscription checks out. “Thank you, Alex.”
Trebek’s last program broadcasts on Jan. 8. Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings will certainly take control of the program as acting host, adhered to by various other visitors host prior to a main choice is made.
“Just to be frank,” Jennings informed E!’s Scott Tweedie of his duty, “nobody wants me there. I don’t want me there. We all want to see Alex there for 100 years in a perfect world and, you know, I really just wanted to do the best I could so as not to let him down and Jeopardy! viewers down, so I felt a lot of pressure.”