Emma Stone's Quest for 'Jeopardy!'

Emma Stone, the Oscar winner, applies annually to be a contestant on "Jeopardy!" and aims to compete on the regular, syndicated show rather than the celebrity spin-off.

Stone, known for her roles in "Poor Things," reveals her desire to earn her stripes on "Jeopardy!" and not take the celebrity route.

To become a contestant on "Jeopardy!," applicants must first take an online test, and those who pass may be selected for an audition, entering the contestant pool.

Stone diligently watches "Jeopardy!" every night, marking down her correct answers, expressing confidence that she could excel as a contestant.

Despite applying annually since June, Stone has never been selected to compete on "Jeopardy!" and can only take the test once a year with her email address.

"Celebrity Jeopardy!" features easier questions than the regular show, and winnings are donated to a charity of the celebrity's choice.

Notable individuals like Jackie Fuchs of The Runaways and Paris Themmen, the actor who played Mike Teavee in "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," have entered the regular "Jeopardy!" player pool.

Fuchs won four games and took home $87,089 in the non-celebrity version of "Jeopardy!" in 2018.

Despite not being chosen, Emma Stone's name has appeared in "Jeopardy!" clues multiple times since 2011, as reported by the fan website J! Archive.

In the world of "Celebrity Jeopardy!," former ESPN host Katie Nolan advances to the finals after a semifinal win.

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