Who Will Be the Host of ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Here Are the Top Three Choices

Pat Sajak, the well-known host of the famous game show Wheel of Fortune, just announced that the next season will be his last as host. This is a shocking news.

Even though he had been joking about retiring for a long time, many of his loyal fans were surprised by the news. At the moment, the show hasn’t said how it plans to find a good replacement, but a few bright people have already come forward as possible candidates.

One of the best options is Vanna White, who has been the show’s letter-reader since its first syndication in 1983. Over the years, the 66-year-old has helped contestants figure out the right words and talked with Sajak at the start and end of a lot of shows.

White has even hosted events on more than one occasion. She filled in for Sajak while he was recovering from emergency surgery in December 2019 and January 2020. When he got better, she went back to her usual job. During their time on the show, White and Sajak have become a good team.

In response to Sajak’s news, White wrote on social media, “When we started @WheelofFortune, who could have imagined we’d still be at it for 41 seasons? I couldn’t be happier to have shared the stage with you all these years, with one more to come. Cheers to you, @patsajak!”

Ryan Seacrest, a well-known TV host whose shows include American Idol, Live With Kelly and Ryan, and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, is also being thought of as a possible candidate for Sajak.

Lucas Shaw of Bloomberg was the first person to say that Seacrest is talking to the people who make Wheel of Fortune.

Some sources say he is the favorite, while others say he is just one of many interested people. Seacrest left his morning show with Kelly Ripa in April. However, he still has many other jobs in the entertainment business, such as radio hosting and TV production. He has been involved with American Idol for a long time.

Pat Sajak’s daughter, Maggie Sajak, is also a possible option for the host job. Maggie became a social correspondent for the show in 2021. Since then, she has been responsible for digital material from behind the scenes.

Even though her father left, she is still excited about Wheel of Fortune and talked about how excited she is for Season 41. Maggie has also taken White’s place as the letter-turner when White was on a star version of the game show in May.