Wheel Of Fortune
Well, this is awkward! A ‘Wheel of Fortune’ contestant guessed totally wrong with just ONE letter left in the puzzle and he’s totally getting trolled for it. Even host Pat Sajak had a little fun with him over the flub! Watch here.
A ‘Wheel of Fortune’ contestant has stunned after making the weirdest guesses on the final speed round, and still coming out a winner! Pat Sajak and Vanna White have never seen a player like this!
A woman named Nura rocked Wheel of Fortune with the strangest round in recent memory, choosing unconventional letters — and not getting anything right. But that didn’t matter, because she still came out the grand winner of the entire game. Wait, what?? Click through to watch her slay!
You have got to see this! On a recent episode of ‘Wheel of Fortune’ a contestant took a major risk– and it paid off big time!
After over 30 years on the air, it seems that Wheel of Fortune is still capable of creating thrilling moments. One such moment occurred on the Feb. 18 episode of the long running gameshow, when contestant Rufus made a totally remarkable guess. Check out the insane winning moment inside!
Pat Sajak certainly doesn’t hold back on Twitter. The opinionated ‘Wheel of Fortune’ host has plenty to say about climate change, even calling those who acknowledge it, ‘racists’.
Wheel of Fortune host, Pat Sajak, 67, angered many on May 19 when he sent out a tweet calling those who believe in climate change “unpatriotic racists.” This is not the first time that the opinionated host has had plenty to say on the subject. Read below for all the details!
Sometime it pays to go with your gut instinct – and this lucky contestant did just that!
When you often see clips of contestants on game shows, it usually revolves around them doing something embarrassing or being involved in an EPIC fail, so we love this clip of a lady winning big time on Wheel of Fortune. The contestant, who’s name is Caitlin, shocked everyone in the audience (including host Pat Sajak) by guessing a phrase correctly after only seeing the letter ‘L.’