Beginning Monday, April 5, Woodley’s newly revealed fiancé, Aaron Rodgers, will begin his 10-episode stint as the guest host of “Jeopardy!” – six years after competing on the beloved quiz show himself.
In addition to Rodgers, 37, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Oz will also be filling in on “Jeopardy!” following the November 2020 death of longtime host Alex Trebek.
Earlier this week, Woodley, 29, confirmed her engagement to the Green Bay Packers quarterback, telling “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon about the “nerd” she fell in love with.
“I don’t know him as the football guy,” Woodley said on Monday’s episode of “The Tonight Show.” “I know him as like the nerd who wants to host ‘Jeopardy!’ That’s the dude I know.”
During the virtual interview, Woodley also gave viewers a glimpse of her engagement ring.
Rodgers – who previously dated Danica Patrick and Olivia Munn – confirmed he was engaged during this month’s NFL Honors, in which he received the MVP Award. His relationship with Woodley was revealed days prior.
Woodley, who starred in the “Divergent” film series, was previously linked to rugby player Ben Volavola.
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