‘Danger!’ champion Amy Schneider married Genevieve Davis

Who is the bride?

“Danger!” 40-game champion Amy Schneider announced on Tuesday that she and girlfriend Genevieve Davis tied the knot in May.

“Genevieve and I are thrilled to announce that we got married on Monday, May 9 in a small private ceremony at the Alameda County Recorder,” the longtime “Jeopardy” fan shared on Instagram, along with several snaps of the happy day.

The champion indicated that they will “still hold a traditional wedding and reception next summer.” But because their lives “has been way too busy this year to go far in planning it” and they “couldn’t wait that long to announce [their] love and devotion to each other,” they continued with a much more intimate ceremony.

“Thank you, everyone for your support!” Schneider closed her post.

In the beautiful photos, Davis and Schneider held each other as the former planted a kiss on her bride’s cheek.

The two wore simple white dresses, as well as floral headwear as they said their “I do.”

Schneider gave more details on her Twitter, sharing the same three photos from their wedding day.

“A year ago today I was in [Los Angeles], waiting to fulfill a dream. The following year was full of good days, but by far the best was May 9, when Genevieve and I got married. Without her, none of the other good days would have happened. I am so lucky to be able to share my life with her!” she gushed.

Amy Schneider and Genevieve Davis Engagement
The couple got engaged in February 2022.

In February, Schneider announced their engagement with a photo of their left hands rocking engagement rings.

“She said yes! Well, actually I said yes, but then I also wanted to propose, so she also said yes, lol,” she captioned the photo.

“I couldn’t be happier or prouder to be married to the very best person in the world, and I’m so happy to be able to share my life with her. It’s great to introduce her to people as ‘Genevieve, my fiancé’ .”

Amy Schneider and Genevieve Davis
Schneider first rose to fame when she became a 40-game champion at “Jeopardy!”

Schneider previously revealed that they met through her boyfriend’s boyfriend.

“In the summer of 2020, my girlfriend was hanging out in my apartment, on the phone with her boyfriend, and somehow invited her boyfriend’s sister to my house to take her somewhere. That sister turned out to be Genevieve.”

Schneider – a lifelong fan of “Jeopardy!” and the first transgender contestant to qualify for the elite “Tournament of Champions” — taking home nearly $1.4 million during her 40-game streak in January. She was number 2 on the all-time consecutive wins list, after Ken Jennings.

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