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If you’re a Beyoncé fan, then you likely would have done great in the Beyoncé category on Jeopardy’s Tournament of Champions Tuesday. For those who are true Beyoncé fans, the questions weren’t too hard. However, one contestant did miss the $1000 answer, according to Time. The question that contestant, Arthur Chu, got wrong was, ‘“Beyoncé for $1000: Jay Z is featured on this Beyoncé song that mentions “that liquor get into me.”’ Any true Beyoncé fan would know the answer is “Drunk in Love” from Beyoncé’s latest album, Beyoncé. Chu wasn’t too far off though, he only missed the question due to a misplaced preposition. After the show, Chu took to Twitter to defend himself. “Look Drunk on Love is what it'd be if it were GRAMMATICAL ok Beyoncé?” Chu said. The other categories on Tuesday’s Jeopardy episode included: U.S. city nicknames, literary awards, weights and measures. There was even a question about Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg’s Saturday Night Live skit on Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies.” Check out the video below: Image Courtesy of Dara Kushner/