Vanna White bids an emotional farewell to Pat Sajak ahead of his final show

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On the eve of Pat Sajak’s final ‘Wheel of Fortune’ episode, his co-host Vanna White delivered a heartfelt goodbye. I don’t know about you, but I had tears in my eyes. Check comments for video.

Vanna White paid a sincere tribute to Pat Sajak before his final show on Wheel of Fortune.

In the most recent episode of the famous game show, White honored Sajak’s important contributions and their enduring friendship. A video segment was shown, displaying clips and photos that showcased their partnership from the 1980s until the present time.

White, who is 67 years old, couldn’t believe that the last show is happening tomorrow. He found it difficult to explain the importance of the past 41 years.

“Eight thousand episodes went by like that.”

The two close pals started hosting America’s Game in 1982, when the show first aired on syndication. Over time, they became a well-known duo on TV.

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She remembered how they spent their childhood watching TV together, but also treasured numerous private moments away from the spotlight.

White described the journey as incredible and expressed their immense enjoyment of it. They mentioned that Pat is not only like a brother but also a lifelong friend who will always hold a special place in their heart. White concluded by expressing their love for Pat.

Following the segment, the two shared a hug on stage.

Sajak guided the participants throughout the game, while White gained fame for flipping the letters on the puzzle board. They have appeared alongside each other in over 8,000 episodes.

You can view White’s tribute to Sajak in the video provided below.

Last summer, Sajak announced that Season 41 of Wheel of Fortune would be his last, calling it an incredible adventure. Meanwhile, White will remain a co-host with Ryan Seacrest in the next season.

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