Alex Trebek won’t let his stage four pancreatic cancer stop him from celebrating the holidays the way he wants.

On Dec. 21, he kept his tradition of hosting a holiday party. Model Paris Dylan posted a photo with the “Jeopardy!” host during his annual holiday event. She captioned the photo: “Alex Trebek is such an amazing man! It was an honor getting to meet him.”


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Fans couldn’t get enough of her photo and responded with messages of support for Trebek.

“I love and pray for Alex every single day,” someone commented.

“Biggest fan of you Alex ur amazing person and intelligent man and love ur show also. I’ve lost my grandma to cancer stage 4. But ur a fighter I believe in u. Love in Anchorage Alaska USA,” someone else said.

“Alex, hope you read this. I’m a cancer survivor. So know some of what you go through. My prayers are with you and your wife. Hope you all have a MerryChristmas!!” Another person said.

On Dec. 25, he spotted again. but this time, he was sitting court-side with his wife at a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game.

Twitter users were sent into a frenzy when the cameras pointed him out. Once again, Trebek only received positive comments from viewers.

“Great to see Alex Trebek at the Lakers vs Clippers game! A true icon. Thinking of you constantly sir, an sending all the positive vibes for your health,” one person tweeted.

“They just showed Alex Trebek sitting court side and I teared up and said “I love you Alex” out loud and im pretty sure my cousins think I’m an alcoholic,” another user joked.

“Alex Trebek looking good, what a king,” someone else said.

Trebek announced that he was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer in a YouTube video in March.

“This week I was diagnosed with stage four cancer,” he said at the time. “While normally the prognosis for this is not very encouraging but, I’m going to fight this and I’m going to keep working.”

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Alex Trebek of "Jeopardy!" fame is pictured during a rehearsal for the shows Power Players Week in Washington, D.C., on April 21, 2012. Kris Connor/Getty Images