Wheel of Fortune's Pat Sajak undergoes emergency surgery; Vanna White hosts

Vanna White and Pat Sajak attend

Pat Sajak Sidelined By Emergency Surgery, Vanna White To Host

Pat Sajak has been hosting Wheel of Fortune, which is the longest-running syndicated game show in the US, since 1982.

There's no doubt that Pat Sajak will be back on-set in no time.

The show said in a statement that Thursday's taping was canceled as the 73-year-old Sajak underwent successful surgery to correct a blocked intestine.

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Despite Pat being bedridden, the show must go on!

The show is apparently filming its holiday-themed episodes, which will air beginning December 9. She was joined by Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto, a subsequent tweet indicated. While he's in recovery - and he's expected to make a full recovery - Vanna White will step away from the game board and into hosting duties.

While Pat prefers just mustard on his sausage, Vanna likes to pair that condiment with ketchup, resulting in their spat. He also suffered laryngitis in 1996, and so Vanna hosted one segment in his absence.

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Despite Pat's sudden medical emergency, he's looking at a long future on the show.

Last year, Sony Pictures Television announced that the stars' "Wheel of Fortune" contracts had been extended through 2022.

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