'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' Episode 6 Spoilers: Who are the celebrities playing this week for a million?
Instead of Robert Herjavec, Chris Harrison and Alfonso Ribeiro, the line up for tonight's episode features a whole new brand of familiar faces. Here's how you know them
Looks like 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' is playing a game of switch up with its episodes as celebrities who were scheduled to play the game are not the ones coming on this week. Instead, there's a new set of trios appearing to play for a million dollars that will go to a charity of their choice.
What was supposed to be Robert Herjavec, Chris Harrison and Alfonso Ribeiro's week now has been switched by some of reality television's most popular faces. Read on to find out who's appearing tonight on 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune'.
According to the official synopsis presented by ABC, the celebrities appearing tonight on Episode 6 of the game show are Jennie Garth, Karamo Brown and Patton Oswalt. Garth will be playing for Central Illinois Food Bank, Brown for Hollywood Food Coalition, and Oswalt for WC Kitchen. Whoever wins the game, their charity of choice will be gifted with the million-dollar award.
Garth is popularly known for playing Kelly Taylor on the popular teen drama 'Beverly Hills 90210'. She also garnered insane popularity as Val Tyler on the sitcom 'What I Like About You' (2002–2006). In 2012, her own self-titled reality show 'Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country' hit off on CMT, after she had appeared in the 2007 season of 'Dancing with the Stars' and was paired with Derek Hough, with whom she reached the semi-finals in the competition. Garth has also ranked No 59 on the FHM 100 Sexiest Women of 2000, and No 93 on the magazine's 100 Sexiest Women of 2001.
Brown is a 40-year-old culture expert of Netflix's revamped 'Queer Eye', a hit with the masses for being so in-tune with his own, and others' emotional and innermost feelings. On the makeover reality show, Bown helps participants to get in touch with themselves, find faith and strength to overcome obstacles, and as a self-help guru, he does the job of helping people see themselves to their fullest potential.
The actor and comedian Oswalt recently made news when true-crime writer and his ex-wife Michelle McNamara's recount of her research on the Golden State Killer made it to television in 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark'. In TV, he is known as the character Spence Olchin in the sitcom 'The King of Queens' (1998–2007) and for guest-starring as the Koenigs on 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' (2014–2020). His stellar television debut was in the 'Seinfeld' episode 'The Couch', and since then, he went on to act in series like 'Kim Possible', 'Parks and Recreation', 'Community', 'Two and a Half Men', 'Drunk History', 'Reno 911!', 'Mystery Science Theater 3000', 'Archer', 'Veep', 'A.P. Bio' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'. He is currently the narrator of the sitcom 'The Goldbergs' (2013–present) as adult Adam F Goldberg.
'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' airs on Thursdays at 9 pm only on ABC.