After Melissa Joan Hart won the round on “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune,” hostess Mel B had a wild-eyed look on her face.
“Vanna White’s face became white,” Hart writes.
When Vanna caught my eye, she remarked, ‘You got it!’ with a knowing smile.
I let out a scream.
My eardrums popped as I hit my forehead against the rafters.
She was literally on her feet when she said this.”
Get the confetti ready, because it’s party time.
The 45-year-old Hart won $1 million on “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” over Tituss Burgess and Lacey Chabert, according to the show’s announcement on Sunday (for charity).
After losing to Fred Savage in a high-stakes round in 1998, Hart recalls “Celebrity Jeopardy” as “extremely exciting and pretty nerve-wracking”.
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Melissa Joan Hart, the winner of the “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune,” enjoys her $1 million (for charity) fortune.Hart is now a member of a select group of “Celebrity Apprentice” winners who have reached this level of success.
Syndicated “Wheel of Fortune” has had just three “Million Dollar Wedge” winners since its introduction in 2008.
A year after her breakout portrayal in ABC’s “Sabrina,” Hart won the award for best actress.
As Hart puts it, “I’d like to think there’s some witchcraft going on.”
“To be honest, I leaned more on prayer than any sort of witchcraft during that time.
I prayed throughout every round, but especially during the championship.
My eyes would be closed in prayer as I began to read, imploring God to assist me in focusing and relaxing so that I could concentrate on the words.”
She enlisted the help of the All-Powerful to help her solve the riddle.
Hart was able to spin the wheel twice and solve both riddles with the help of long-time buddy Chabert, who figured out the first challenge on the air without any tips.
As Hart puts it, Lacey is like something out of a “Wheel of Fortune” movie.
“In the initial round, she was on fire.
I wasn’t able to make out what she was saying because she spoke so quickly.”
In this photo, Vanessa White, Pat Sajak and Melissa Joan Hart (center) hold up Melissa Joan Hart’s $1 million winning ticket.Hart, “my mum used to watch it every night before supper,” refined her skills by playing the app for weeks, in contrast to some parents who put their sons to bed and then watch “Wheel of Fortune.”
I’m not going into anything blindly, I promise you “she goes on to say.
With this assignment, we were able to crack the “Bran Muffin” bonus round puzzle and take the prize.
Pat Sajak, the show’s emcee, revealed the victory by yelling and grabbing Hart by the hair.
For appearing on the game show, Hart received $1.039,800 in compensation. He donated the entire sum to the charity Youth Villages, which helps emotionally and behaviorally troubled children, their families, and the communities in which they live.
Hart enquired of the producers, “Can I have the $1 million winner card as a remembrance of the experience?” with delight.
Hart explains that they had to enlist the help of the prop department to see if they could manufacture more.
My $1 million credit card was also taken.
Melissa Joan Hart and Tiffany Haddish in a scene with Lacey and Titus Burgess.
We were all adoring fans, and we couldn’t resist posing with the steering wheel for behind-the-scenes shots.
A signed gift card from Sajak and White rests next to Hart’s show nametag and some winning confetti at her Nashville, Tennessee, home office.
Now that the episode has aired, Hart may flaunt her new possessions and publicly celebrate her victory.
Even the organizers of the Youth Villages charity, who are thrilled to accept the donations, were unaware of her success.
It was imperative that she remain silent about it.
Hart claims he had nothing to do with the leak.
For those of you who are fans of “Wheel of Fortune,” keep an eye out for me on the show; something tells me it’ll be something exceptional.”