Ellen makes Billionaire Bill Gates guess grocery prices

Watch Billionaire Bill Gates try to guess the prices of normal people groceries

Bill Gates Proves on 'Ellen' That Rich People Have No Idea How Much Groceries Cost

Gates appeared on The Ellen Show on Wednesday, where host and millionaire of the people, Ellen DeGeneres, made a decision to quiz the tech mogul The Price is Right style.

DeGeneres asked Gates when was the last time he had been to a grocery store, he replied, "Long time ago".

Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates failed miserably at guessing the price of common grocery items in a quiz game on "Ellen" Wednesday.

If Gates guessed within a buck of the real price, the audience would win a prize. He then changed his guess to $15 and then $8 (it costs $8.98). But there is something distinctly amusing, if baffling, about watching Gates wonder-aloud and befuddled-if TGI Fridays' spinach and artichoke dip could truly cost less than 10 dollars. He said $4, and the price was actually $3.78.

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Germany's DAX slipped 0.1 percent, while France's CAC 40 rose 0.2 percent and Britain's FTSE 100 added 0.5 percent. Benchmark 10-year notes last fell 13/32 in price to yield 2.9408 percent, from 2.893 percent late on Tuesday.

Bill Gates was named the richest man of 2017 however is appears he has no idea about how much he is spending on every day items.

The show also shared a video of DeGeneres interviewing Gates, in which he discusses his indoor trampoline room, becoming a billionaire at 21, and the work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Despite knowing a lot of things Bill does not know how much a bag of pizza rolls costs, as he originally guessed they would be around $22. He has a net worth of $91.8 billion, according to Bloomberg, surpassed only by Jeff Bezos, CEO and founder of Amazon (AMZN).

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