Alex Trebek Gets Choked Up By Final Jeopardy Surprise Message of Support

Alex Trebek Gets Choked Up By Final Jeopardy Surprise Message of Support

Alex Trebek Gets Choked Up By Final Jeopardy Surprise Message of Support

Alex Trebek, 79, was nearly brought to tears when a contestant surprised him with some kind words on the November 11 episode of his popular game show Jeopardy!.

Alex Trebek fought back tears after a contestant used his Final Jeopardy answer to deliver a sweet message to the host.

Stumped on the remedy, Gaur wrote, "What is, we appreciate you, Alex", with enjoy remaining changed by a drawn heart.

Reading through "We appreciate you Alex!" in place of an respond to, Trebek grew to become visibly choked up for a moment-though, ever the experienced, Trebek did manage to insert "that's really variety, thank you" prior to continuing on with his common internet hosting responsibilities.

Even supposing Alex's form of most cancers is diagnosed to most racy have a 9% survival rate, he has shown nothing but positivity since announcing the complicated news and straight away underwent chemotherapy.

Right before Gaur's message, Trebek shared he was reentering treatment for pancreatic cancer, Gaur tweeted. "What is, 'We love you Alex, '" Trebek said, his voice thickening with emotion.

"I'm just very grateful I got the opportunity to say what I know everyone was thinking".

Roughly two months ago, Trebek returned to chemotherapy based on what he revealed as "numbers" that were "way too high".

"The thought of the pancreatic cancer does not frighten me", he said in an interview with CTV.

Trebek first revealed his cancer diagnosis in March.

"It was a dream come true earlier this year to finally join him on the Jeopardy! stage and the Jeopardy! teen tournament".

"I was inspired to give by Alex Trebek, the host of Jeopardy! and someone who I have looked up to my whole life", he said. 'I've had one hell of a good life'.

The other contestants announced last week they're organizing a charitable play-along as well to raise money for pancreatic cancer research.

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