It’s a new week, which means new stars appearing on “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” this Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.
Later this week hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White will welcome Anthony Michael Hall, Mario Cantone, and Loni Love to the stage. The prize on the table? One million dollars donated to the star’s chosen charity.
You might recognize Love as a stand-up comedian and the co-host of “The Real,” a daytime talk show on Fox. Speaking of comedians, Cantone also performs comedy and impressions. He became a household name for his role in “Sex and the City” in the 2000s.
Anthony Michael Hall has appeared in dozens of films and TV series over the years. Some of his more famous works include “War Machine,” “The Dark Knight,” “The Breakfast Club,” “National Lampoon’s Vacation” and “SNL.”
Earlier today, the official “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” Instagram page posted a special sneak peek at this week’s upcoming episode. In the clip, we see Hall and Sajak bantering back and forth during the show.
“You’ve changed a great deal,” Sajak tells the actor. “I mean how do I know it’s you? I guess that’s my question.”
Hall gives a short laugh before saying with a tone of finality, “It’s me.”
“Okay,” Sajak quickly replies, laughing along with White.
Earlier this week, “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” also posted a clip featuring all three stars. It starts out with a clip of Cantone, who tells White, “When you don’t move, I know I’m wrong.” She smiles and shrugs her shoulders at him.
Next up, Hall tells the camera, “I’m ready to play.”
When it’s Love’s turn, Sajak asks her, “You having a good time so far, Loni?”
“I’m having a good time, Pat!” she responds enthusiastically.
‘Wheel of Fortune’ Wishes Host Pat Sajak a Happy Birthday
“Today is a VERY special day! 🎉 Join us in wishing the incredible Pat Sajak a happy birthday! 🥳🎈,” the game show captioned the post.
Many fans took to the comments with well-wishes for the beloved host.
“Wishing you happy and healthy Birthday Pat Sajak ❤️,” one fan commented earlier.
“Happy birthday, Pat! And many more. You’re awesome!” another person wrote.
“Happy Birthday Pat. Hope you have an enjoyable and happy day,” someone else said.
Sajak himself took to Twitter earlier and joked, “Now that I’ve reached 75, and with retirement a couple of years off, I’ll be the perfect age for a presidential run. Or a wood carving career. Haven’t made up my mind yet.”