This Woman Has Been Tearing It Up On Jeopardy – AND She’s A Rockstar

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Her Name Is Jackie Fuchs (Fox)

If you’re like me and you watch ‘Jeopardy!’ religiously, then you might’ve noticed a lady by the name of Jackie Fuchs absolutely tearing it up for days on end. However, during her first appearance on the show while host Alex Trebek was making the rounds with each contestant, she revealed quite the interesting little tidbit about herself. It turns out that she played bass for The Runaways!

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NEW YORK – 1977: Rock band “The Runaways” backstage in New York City, NY in 1977. (L-R) Lita Ford, Sandy West, Joan Jett, Cherie Currie, Jackie Fox. (Photo by Waring Abbott/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Jackie Fuchs, or as you might know her stage name to be Jackie Fox, an attorney from Los Angelas, California, played bass for The Runaways from 1975 to 1977. She co-wrote “Delilah’s Scissors” with Tischler-Blue and executive-produced and appeared in ‘Edgeplay: A Film About The Runaways’.

Alongside her partners in crime Lita Ford, Sandy West, Joan Jett Cherie Currie, Jackie helped usher in an era of all-girl rock bands.

NEW YORK – CIRCA 1977: Guitarist Joan Jett and Bass player Jackie Fox of the rock band “The Runaways” perform on stage in New York City, NY in 1977. (Photo by Waring Abbott/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

She is still the current Jeopardy champion and has been crushing the competition with ease for almost a week straight and it doesn’t seem like that’ll stop anytime soon. Check her our in action in the video below!

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