This week, Wheel of Fortune is on location at Disneyland resorts for its Ultimate Princess Celebration week. And tonight, Rapunzel was the star of the show.
Pat Sajak and Vanna White are “celebrating the courage and kindness and courage” of Disney’s princesses this week. Since November 1st, they’ve been hosting a fairytale event in Disneyland. And they’re offering fans a chance to win a trip for four to the resort.
Each day, one magical princess has been showcased during the show. Phrases spoken by Moanna, Jasmine, Pocahontas, and more have shown up on the famous board. Tonight is the last day of the magical event, and Repunzel from Tangled ended up being the final princess recognized.
After the show, the official Wheel of Fortune Twitter page posted three puzzle answers, and if you’ve watched Tangled, you may find yourself singing the phrases aloud.
“Flower gleam and glow…#Tangled” it wrote alongside the pictures.
The answers included the phrases “Flower Gleam and Glow,” “Let Your Power Shine,” and “Save What has been Lost.”
For all of our Outsiders who aren’t Disney buffs, the words come from Repunzel’s Healing Incantation. She sang the song while giving the evil witch a dose of beauty and youth.
‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’: Melissa Joan Hart Wins $1 Million for Charity
Last week on Celebrity Wheel of Fortune, actress Melissa Joan Hart became the first-ever celebrity contestant to win $1 million on the popular game show spinoff.
Melissa Joan Hart. a.k.a. Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, was one of the players on this year’s Celebrity Wheel of Fortune. During the yearly event, stars spin the wheel in hopes of winning big bucks. And all the winnings go to a charity of their choice. Hart competed against Tituss Burgess and Lacey Chabert, and she won the grand prize of 1 million bucks.
After the show, the actress said that she didn’t hone in on her inner witch to win the prize–though she wished had. Instead, she just prayed hard.
“I would like to say witchcraft was involved,” Hart joked after the show. “But to be honest, I prayed a lot more than any kind of sorcery. I literally prayed every round, especially that winning round. I’d close my eyes and say, ‘God, give me focus and calm and let me just read these letters.”
Every dime of Hart’s winnings will go to Youth Villages — an organization that works with behaviorally troubled children and their families. But she’ll still be taking home the $1 million winner card—signed by Pat Sajak and Vanna White—as a memento of her historic win.