When will 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' Episode 7 air? Here are the charities celebs will be playing for

While fans still continue to process Chris Harrison's exit from his long-running stint as host of the Bachelor franchise, the presenter is appearing next week on the ABC game show

                            When will 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' Episode 7 air? Here are the charities celebs will be playing for
Hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White of 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortunue' (ABC)

If you were looking forward to watching Chris Harrison on ABC's 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' tonight, soon after his massive exit from his long-time Bachelor hosting gig, you might be in for a disappointment. The game show has switched up the lineup for its Epsidoes 6 with the next Episode 7's, and now we have Jennie Garth, Karamo Brown, and Patton Oswalt playing to win a million dollars for a charity of their choice. But fret not, the episode starring Harrison is only a short week away. Read on to find out when you can witness all of that next.

According to TV listings, Episode 7 of 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' will air next Thursday, February 25, at its usual 8 pm time slot only on ABC. The synopsis reveals, "Hosted by pop-culture legends Pat Sajak and Vanna White, this week 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' welcomes celebrity contestants Robert Herjavec, Chris Harrison, and Alfonso Ribeiro as they compete for a chance to win up to $1 million for their chosen charity."


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As Harrison's fans still continue to process his exit from hosting the crazy popular ABC dating franchise, 'The Bachelor', the presenter will be appearing on the game show next week — a concept to which he's no stranger either, having hosted the syndicated version of 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' from 2015 to 2019. Harrison will be playing for Feeding America — "a hunger relief organization with a nationwide network of food banks feeding the hungry."

Herjavec, an entrepreneur, is most popularly known for his whopping $200 million fortune and for having appeared on CBS Television's 'Dragon's Den', the Canadian equivalent of 'Shark Tank'. He will be playing for the Seattle Union Gospel Mission, which "helps people overcome homelessness and addiction."

Chris Harrison attends Chris Harrison's Seagram's Tropical Rosè launch party on March 11, 2020, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)


Ribeiro, on the other hand, is another favorite on the screen and most recently replaced ABC's 'America's Funniest Home Videos' long-running host Tom Bergeron after his 15-year long run in the position. Ribeiro has also hosted the GSN game show 'Catch 21', the ABC Family show 'Spell-Mageddon', and the television show 'Dance 360'. He will be playing for No Kid Hungry, an organization "focused towards distributing Nutritious food to poor needy adorable Kids along with Shelter & Education support."
 'Celebrity Wheel of Fortune' airs on Thursdays at 8 pm only on ABC.

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