VANNA WHITE BIDS AN EMOTIONAL FAREWELL TO PAT SAJAK AHEAD OF HIS FINAL SHOW

Vanna White delivered a heartfelt message to her “brother” Pat Sajak on the eve of his final episode of “Wheel of Fortune.”

“I can’t believe that tomorrow is our last show together,” White, 67, said.

“I don’t know how to put into words what these past 41 years have meant to me, but I’m going to try. Eight thousand episodes went by like that.”

The duo, hosting since 1982, reminisced about their shared journey. “You’re like a brother to me, and I consider you a true lifelong friend. I love you, Pat,” White added.

After her emotional message, they shared a hug on stage. Although Sajak will retire, White will continue through at least the 2025-2026 season.

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