It was a video clue about the MVP of the Super Bowl xlvi.
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Len says there was good posture, hold and lovely movement.Total: 21Carson Anna: Carson says he's probably most well known for his "amazing shoes and his show, "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Carson says he was surprised he wasn't paired with Maks or Mark or Derek, but she's beautiful and talented, so it'll work.No contestant who made it to the second round left with less than 25,000.Even the classic 1964-75 Art Fleming version as a standalone could count it ran for nearly 11 years, and was practically a tradition for businessmen and college students on their lunch break (which is how the show got mega-popular in the first place).It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY" : If a contestant dares to mispronounce something, expect Trebek to casually correct them while awarding them the money.Total: 18Elisabetta Val: Elisabetta says most people know her from her "past private life" - and that's when we see a photo of her with George Clooney.
Len says Chaz had the right attitude, enjoyed himself, was "right on time with "good footwork" and a great attitude.