Vanna White hosts 'Wheel of Fortune' after Sajak has surgery

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Pat Sajak is in recovery after undergoing an emergency surgery.

"The Wheel of Fortune taping on Thursday was canceled because host Pat Sajak underwent successful emergency surgery to correct a blocked intestine", the show posted to its social media channels.

The statement says Sajak is resting comfortably and looking forward to returning but does not say how long he is expected to be out or how long White will act as host.

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A photo attached to the tweet shows the iconic wall of letters spelling out "GET WELL SOON PAT!". The set was transformed with Christmas décor, with Disney characters Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck and Goofy all dressed in holiday attire.

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White took over hosting duties during Friday's taping. He also suffered laryngitis in 1996, and so Vanna hosted one segment in his absence.

Despite Pat being bedridden, the show must go on! White joined the show in 1982 and the duo have been closely identified with the show for decades.

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