"Jeopardy!" champ Amy Schneider isn't letting the Twitter trolls get her down.
Schneider ended 2021 by responding to all the anti-trans comments she has received since appearing on the beloved quiz show in a single tweet on New Year's Eve.
"I'd like to thank all the people who have taken the time, during this busy holiday season, to reach out and explain to me that, actually, I'm a man," Schneider began.
"Every single one of you is the first person to make that very clever point, which had never once before crossed my mind," she concluded the tweet, which has been pinned to the top of her feed.
While Schneider's tweet has garnered much support, amassing thousands of retweets and comments as well as 34,000 likes, it was a response from Broadway star Harvey Fierstein that wowed her most.
"Can this statement by Amy S be improved upon? I don’t think so! I couldn’t be prouder if she were my own daughter," the four-time Tony Award winner replied. A shocked Schneider responded. "I… I can’t even process this. Am I dreaming? Thank you so much!"
Schneider previously opened up about what being a trans woman on a platform like "Jeopardy!" means to her, calling it an "important, but also relatively minor" part of who she is.
Schneider's run on "Jeopardy!" began Nov. 17 and, as of Dec. 31, she has won $855,600 during her 23-game winning streak. In doing so, Schneider set two new records for women on the game show: highest winnings and most consecutive games won.