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“Geopardy!” Fans Former Tournament of Champions winner Buzzie Cohen could be the potential new host of the game show.

The speculation came after some obscure tweets were shared by Cohen.

Fan Account BuzzerBlog tweeted: “100% ready to go wrong, but I totally believe the Mayme-Hosts-Primetime-Geopardy thing is still here. Mentioned. “

Cohen responded with Yoda’s GIF, “No, there’s another one.”

Fans have speculated whether Buzzie Cohen will be the next permanent host "Geopardy!"

Buzzie Cohen “Geopardy!” Fans are speculating whether he will be the next permanent host of.
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He then shared another mysterious tweet that made fans guess about his condition Potential “Geopardy!” Host.

“Shout out to the camera guys [as yet unannounced project] For persuading me to get a picopresso from @wacaco_ltd – I can not wait for this to happen !!! “he wrote.

“Buzzie this is an ad,” one user wrote in response to Cohen’s mysterious Yoda tweet.

“Don’t tease us you bully !!!!” Another was added.

Ken Jennings is currently a guest host on "Geopardy!"

Ken Jennings is currently a guest host on “Geopardy!”
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“There’s a lot to unpack here,” one user responded to Cohen’s extra-secret tweet.

Mime Bailey and Ken Jennings “Geopardy!” Divided hosting functions of. Until the end of season 38.

Bailey says she “loves” to play a more permanent hosting role.

On Monday, Bailey revealed that she had tested positive for Kovid-19. After she recovers, she returns to host the game show on a return basis with Jennings.

Bailey revealed on Monday that she tested positive for Kovid-19 and will return to hosting duties with Jennings after she recovers.

Bailey revealed on Monday that she tested positive for Kovid-19 and will return to hosting duties with Jennings after she recovers.
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“Geopardy!” Hosted for 37 seasons by Alex Trebeck after being restored in 1984. Trebeck died in November 2020 after battling pancreatic cancer.

He is at 80 years old The time of his death.