Wheel of Fortune’s Wheelmobile, the show’s promotional vehicle, will be in the Syracuse area in search of good game players who are energetic, enthusiastic and fun. Viewers interested in being a contestant on an upcoming episode are invited to attend. Fans will have the opportunity to fill out an application, have his or her name drawn at random to play a simulated version of the game onstage, win unique prizes and be evaluated as a potential contestant for the broadcast version of the show.
WHEN: Saturday & Sunday, June 1st & 2nd from 11-5 at Driver's Village in Cicero!
Staff members from the Wheel of Fortune promotions team will begin handing out applications one hour before each show begins. Searches will be held at 1 PM, 2:30 PM and 4 PM, with each show lasting about an hour. Everyone who attends the event will be able to submit an application. Participants will be selected to come to the stage and audition via a random draw.
This woman will not win any 'Bestest Mom' awards as she was caught on tape with the stroller strapped to her motorcycle/scooter!
A topless portrait of late "Golden Girls" star BEA ARTHUR sold at auction last night for nearly $2 million at Christie's in New York. The NY Post reports Bea never posed for the painting by artist JOHN CURRIN, who is "known for campy works featuring women in provocative positions."
The Post says the auctioneer at Christie's called the painting “visually lasting,” and claimed it was "historically significant --it’s radical to sexualize someone people think of as asexual,” he said.
The painting was first shown in 1991. Bea died in 2009.
FYI: The full version of the portrait is here