When will 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' Episode 6 air? Here are the charities each celeb is playing for
It's a gala night if you happen to be a fan of game shows and ABC's 'The Bachelor' franchise!
Returning after a two-week break with no new episodes last week, the anticipation of what Pat Sajak and Vanna White have in store for us at 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' is pretty high. But fans will also be thrilled to know that the show is going straight to its next episode next Thursday without any further repeat telecasts or the likes. 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' returns with its brand new sixth episode in just a short week's time. Read on to find out all about it.
According to TV listings, 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' episode 6 will air on Thursday, February 18, at 8 pm, only on ABC. The official synopsis for the episode reveals "Hosted by pop-culture legends Pat Sajak and Vanna White, this week 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' welcomes celebrity contestants Jennie Garth, Karamo Brown and Patton Oswalt as they compete for a chance to win up to $1 million for their chosen charity."
Garth, who is very very popular as the OG crew of the 'Beverly Hills, 90210' franchise, has been on the entertainment industry's radar in recent years too, ranking No. 59 on the FHM 100 Sexiest Women of 2000 and No. 93 on the magazine's 100 Sexiest Women of 2001. Diagnosed with a leaky heart valve in 2002, she will be playing for Central Illinois Food Bank, who is based out of Springfield, IL, and "collect donated food and grocery items for distribution to charitable agencies serving 21 Illinois counties."
Brown, who is extremely popular as one of the Fab 5 of Netflix's 'Queer Eye' and plays culture expert on the revamped version of the show, is a hit with the masses for being so in tune with his own and others' emotional and innermost feelings. Episode 6 of 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' sees him take a stand to play for the Hollywood Food Coalition, an organization that's been active for over three decades now and works to "feed and serve the immediate needs of the hungry every night of the year so they can build better lives."
Actor and comedian Oswalt hardly needs an introduction and you might recognize him from the multiple sitcoms he's appeared in, throughout his illustrious career in entertainment. He will be playing for the WC Kitchen or the World Central Kitchen, who are "a not-for-profit non-governmental organization devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters." The charity was founded in 2010 by celebrity chef José Andrés, with the organization preparing food in Haiti following its devastating earthquake.
'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' airs on Thursdays at 8 pm only on ABC.