Shailene Woodley couldn’t assist however fawn over her fiancé Aaron Rodgers forward of his run as “Jeopardy!” visitor host.
The actress shared a video to her Instagram Tales on Monday, shouting out the present NFL MVP from the passenger seat of a automobile as he drives rocking a couple of aviator-style sun shades.
“I’ve an important announcement to make,” Woodley, 29, teases.
“This man proper this is tremendous attractive, tremendous sexy … simply shaved his neck this morning. Has a bit of guy bun rising,” she raves of Rodgers, 37.
The proud fiancée then turns the digital camera with a purpose to body up the Inexperienced Bay Packers quarterback earlier than taking part in along with his glasses and flashing her diamond sparkler. “This man is web hosting ‘Jeopardy!’ this night!”
The “Divergent” megastar then probes Rodgers to offer enthusiasts a sneak peek and the signal-caller obliges.
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“There is some laughs, perhaps some tears, pleasure, thriller,” earlier than including, “You by no means know.”
On Monday, the three-time MVP and Tremendous Bowl winner stated rather than taking part in in and profitable a Tremendous Bowl, the web hosting gig is “the honour of a life-time.”
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“Following the footsteps of a legend is one thing that I do know a bit of bit about,” Rodgers added, which appears to be a connection with his occupation succeeding Inexperienced Bay Packers gunslinger Brett Favre and now “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek.
Trebek died in November 2020 on the age of 80 after a 20-month struggle with level four pancreatic most cancers. He have been host of the American gameshow for a record-setting 37 years.
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Whilst Trebek used to be nonetheless alive, Rodgers made an look in season 31’s “Famous person Jeopardy!” match. Rodgers competed towards and beat out investor Kevin O’Leary and previous astronaut Mark Kelly.
The NFL megastar gained a whopping $50,000 for the Macc Fund, a nonprofit devoted to investment youth most cancers and blood dysfunction analysis.
Fox Information’ Cortney Moore contributed to this record.