‘Wheel of Fortune’ Host Pat Sajak Posts New Sunglasses Photo That Has Fans Comparing Him to James Bond

Wheel of Fortune horde Pat Sajak might be looking during his retirement in a nearby future, and from a looks of his final Twitter post, he might be looking into a universe of general espionage. Sajak’s chatter was simply a print of himself in a black overcoat sporting some dim flier sunglasses. Or, as he joked, he’s “extremely nervous” watchful for an talk with a KGB.

Suffice to say, Sajak’s 300K-plus supporters didn’t demur to burst in on a fun.

“Untie James Bond first,” joked one user, while another jumped in with “No Mr. Bond we design we to collect a vowel!” A third deviated from a theme a bit when they tweeted back: “That or your try-out to be a new lead thespian of The Police.”

Still, another fan spotted a reflection of his daughter, Maggie, in Sajak’s shades, that a longtime diversion uncover horde replied with “Wow! Very sharp!”

Sajak many recently illuminated adult Twitter progressing this month with a chatter claiming he’d bought an central impeachment pen. Though he didn’t exhibit if he was joking or had indeed purchased the singular commemoration pens temperament her name that Pelosi used to pointer impeachment articles and a fortitude fixing House managers for President Donald Trump’s stream impeachment hearing in a Senate.

Around a same time as his chatter about a impeachment pen, Sajak returned to horde Wheel of Fortune after holding a brief sabbatical so he could bear puncture medicine for a blocked intestine. When he returned to his hosting duties on Jan 13, he got a station acclaim from a audience.

His longtime co-host, Vanna White, filled in for Sajak during his absence, while Maggie Sajak took over White’s letter-turning duties after some last-minute training involving a refrigerator.


Earlier today, White posted a intense tribute to a late Kobe Bryant on Instagram, who was killed in a helicopter crash along with his 13-year-old daughter, 6 other passengers, and a commander Sunday morning in Calabasas, CA. The print was of Bryant station courtside, with a elementary heading that read, “Words can not report a comfortless detriment of these 9 lives. Sending adore and prayers to all their families.”

White also including a hashtag for “heartbreaking,” fasten in countless tributes that have poured in for a late NBA star and his family given a crash.

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