Wheel Of Fortune
WCCO-TV was happy to be a part of a big donation for Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Friday morning. WCCO general manager Brien Kennedy handed over the big check on behalf of WCCO-TV, “Wheel of Fortune” and Walmart.
Minnesota was well-represented in one of the first Wheel of Fortune episodes this year.
Brandon Kimbler of Blaine and Deb Tharaldson of Brooklyn Park somehow ended up on the exact same episode.
America’s favorite word puzzle game show is looking for Minnesota contestants. “Wheel of Fortune” talent scouts invited “promising candidates” to a second audition in St. Paul Wednesday morning. The potential contestants were called back after tryouts last June.
It is time to see what’s Trending Now on ‘CCO. And who knows more about what’s going on around town and around the country than Jason Matheson.
A former Minnesota woman tried her hand at “Wheel of Fortune” Thursday night, with some fortunate results. Katie Hoody used to live in Bemidji, but now lives in Texas. She ended up winning more than $55,000 on the show. Hoody says she wouldn’t be rolling in the dough were it not for her 94-year-old friend, Marion Dessert.
Wheel of Fortune contestant and a nightmare come true….
Standing with the Hollywood Hills behind me, and spinning the Wheel of Fortune, my life does not get much better.