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White then married George San Pietro, a restaurant owner in December 1990, she became pregnant in 1992 and announced the news through a smart puzzle, the answer of which was ‘Vanna’s Pregnant’.

Unfortunately, she miscarried and later had a son in 1997 called Nicholas and a daughter in 1997, called Giovanna. For the next four years, she dated and got engaged to Michael Kaye, a business owner of a buyout fund in Southern California.

They also both hosted the daytime show together before the nighttime show started and for many years they were on both the daytime and nightime shows until Pat Sajak left the daytime show in 1989.

There's a million dollar wedge on the show, and you have to jump through hoops, and so many things have to happen for you to have even a chance to win it. I'm not out to break any records, and I don't want to hang on for the sake of hanging on. (Laughs) And then, not that they'll ask a question; they don't really want an answer. and I'm not talking about the tell-all books that are really looking to look for scandal or anything. And you know the things that are in my background, the things that people don't know about me, I probably don't want them to know. Did you ever make a guest appearance with Ed on SNL? Vanna White is a popular American TV personality known for hosting The Wheel of Fortune since 1982.She was born as Vanna Marie Rosich in Conway, South Carolina on February 18, 1957 in North Mytle Beach, South Carolina. First of all, the people who wrote about it, a lot of them didn't know what they were talking about, like, 'He lost a million dollars.' Well, he didn't lose a million dollars. And I'd also like to leave before people tune in and see me and go, 'What the hell happened to him? I'm in a contract that will take me at least another couple of years. One of the funnier Martin Short sketches on was the Ed Grimley character who was obsessed with Pat Sajak. In fact it's funny because at the time, I didn't watch the show very often. When all that was going on, I was not a viewer of it. People would come up to me and start twitching and doing this weird impression [of Ed Grimley] and saying what a decent guy [I was] or something like that. But the idea of standing at a comedy club in front of a couple hundred people, 50 of whom are drunk and heckling you, fills me with dread. " I said, 'Okay.' So it's only been a couple of months. That would be kind of nice, leave it in good hands. When I did the talk show on CBS there was an opening monologue, and I kind of stopped that. I've got to tweet something funny.' And it got to be too much. And then a few years later people said, "Why don't you try it again? For example, Justin Bieber has a gazillion followers, but are they really interested in anything he's saying? (Laughs) I try to be sort of broad based in what I tweet. They're celebrity factories, where you can make new celebrities that you can cover, and they become celebrities, and then you have a reason to have your celebrity show.

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