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'Jeopardy!' Contestant's Incorrect Response To A Question About Jay-Z And Beyoncé Has Gone Viral

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Anyone who hasn't lived under a rock the past 12 months knows all about Beyoncé and Jay-Z's epic joint album, Everything Is Love.

However, on Thursday a Jeopardy! contestant proved her lack of knowledge about the dynamic duo.

Contestant Jessica buzzed in to answer an $800 question from the category "2018 Pop Culture".

Host Alex Trebek asked:

"Beyoncé and Jay-Z released the album 'Everything Is Love' under this collective name."

The answer, as all of us in the know know, is "The Carters".

However, Jessica was somehow not privy to that piece of knowledge.

Here's her answer:

Twitter user @Slicklippz was so awestruck by Jessica's lack of pop culture knowledge that he chronicled the moment on video so that her answer, Bey-Z, could forever live in the Twitterverse.

People can't stop laughing at the poor contestant's answer.

At least she tried.

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