The "When I Get Home" artist was a good sport about the exchange.
"I knew I wasn't going to go on a long streak," Emma Boettcher said after falling in her third title defense.
Host Alex Trebek dubbed her "the giant killer" in her first match since she ended James Holzhauer's dominant run.
The 2004 record holder even jabbed at Holzhauer's stiff smile in a lighthearted exchange on Twitter.
The University of Chicago librarian defeated the gambler at his own game.
The man who had made his name with big, bold bets did something very unusual in Monday night's episode.
The "Jeopardy!" champ won 32 straight games and was just short of Ken Jennings' earnings record heading into Monday's episode.
A few viewers celebrated that they knew something the record-breaking champ didn't.
"It's kind of mind-boggling," the "Jeopardy!" host said.
Nate Scheffey refused to be intimidated in a tight match that came down to Final Jeopardy.
The "Jeopardy!" champ wagered "two dimes."
The looks from the other contestants during his 24th-straight victory were priceless.
The state Assembly voted to permit authorities to bring state charges against individuals who have received presidential pardons.
The Patriots quarterback made a promise if the game-show champ lost .
Shout out to Denise, who was at the "View" co-host's wedding.
The host revealed excruciating details of his struggle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
"We have to get this guy in baseball," one team executive said.
The "Jeopardy!" host bared his soul on "Good Morning America."
The game show host also told "Good Morning America" that Holzhauer's run has changed his perception about all-time champ Ken Jennings' record.
The record-setting contestant was losing during Final Jeopardy but squeaked out a victory.