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The famous chef relied on his lifeline pal Mina Kimes to win $1 million for charity the Southern Smoke Foundation.
Jane and Billy Kimmel prove that no trivia is funnier than poop trivia in an adorable backyard game on the swings.
The 2-year-old gets adorably frustrated playing "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
Just this morning, the Trump camp learned that there'd be no Celebrity Questions, as they were expecting. If not for an unnamed Russian hacker, who was able to seize a list of the real questions, Trump would've been going into Monday night's first round, completely in the dark.
"You really have to look at the whole picture and see whose story is being told, in terms of geography, gender, class, race. I also think a big problem is not doing work that's experimental enough."
Justin Peters was up $250K while on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire," but then lost nearly all of it with one wrong answer. He joins HuffPost Live to discuss how missed opportunities can add wisdom & richness to our lives.
H/T BuzzFeed The contestant told host Eddie McGuire, "That is the most embarrassing thing that ever happened to me." But
Well-known fact: Ken Jennings won $100,000 yesterday on Who Wants To Be a Millionaire. Little-known fact: Tony Hightower is the guy who couldn't give him the right answer.
Terry Crews joins HuffPost Live to talk about how his perspective has changed in terms of how he views and treats others.