"The stage name of this rapper and actor gets shortened to MGK," said host . However, the buzzer eventually went off as neither Donna Lettow, Ashley Castle or returning champion managed to guess Machine Gun Kelly.
Viewers thought it was absolutely hilarious that no one knew who MGK is, and took to Twitter with some pretty funny comments. Regardless, Schneider continued to slay Monday night.
Schneider made history last week when she became the first transgender contestant to advance to the Tournament of Champions and earned the fourth-highest winnings in the history of the show. Her record-breaking streak continued on Christmas Eve, when she won her 18th consecutive game, totaling $706,800, which officially made her the highest-earning woman of all time.
Schneider ended Monday night's game in the lead with a 19-day cash winnings total of $745,200. Should she continue her dominance through Wednesday, Schneider will take over the fourth-place record for consecutive wins behind Jeopardy! Legend Ken Jennings with a 74-winning streak in 2004, followed by Matt Amodio with a 38-winning streak earlier this year and James Holzhauer who had a 32-winning streak. Will she make it? Stay tuned to find out.
AMY SCHNEIDER: Musical at $800.
KEN JENNINGS: The stage name of this rapper and actor gets shortened to M-G-K.
KYLIE MAR: On "Jeopardy" Monday night, one clue involving Machine Gun Kelly had all three contestants stumped even though it was supported by a picture of the rapper himself.
KEN JENNINGS: Not fans of Machine Gun Kelly, apparently. Amy, back to you.
KYLIE MAR: Viewers thought it was absolutely hilarious that no one knew who Machine Gun Kelly is and took to Twitter with comments like, "How blissful a life they all must live not knowing who MGK is." And "Ken Jennings just saying MGK stands for "Machine Gun Kelly," apparently gave me life."
Surprisingly, even returning champion Amy Schneider didn't guess the clue. But regardless, Amy continued to slay Monday night hitting all the daily doubles.
The transgender contestant who made history last week when she earned the fourth highest winnings ever, and then on Christmas Eve, became the highest earning women of all time. And in Monday night's game with a 19-day cash winnings total of $745,200.
And should her streak continue through Wednesday, Amy is looking to take over the fourth place record for most consecutive wins.
KEN JENNINGS: Will she make it 20 in a row? Join us tomorrow and find out.