White, 62, hosted the game show by herself for the first time in the show's history while Pat Sajak is on a temporary medical hiatus. Joined by a cast of Disney characters - Minnie Mouse stepped in for Vanna by the letters - it was an all around festive experience.
Ahead of the show on Monday night, White tweeted that she was "excited and nervous".
Her stint as host will last until the end of next week.
For a few short months, Bob Goen and former National Football League kicker Rolf Benirschke took over the hosting duties when the show jumped from NBC to CBS, and Sajak tried late night television. He is taking a three-week leave of absence after having emergency surgery for a blocked intestine.
"Then the planets will realign, and it's back to normal", according to a tweet from Sajak this past Saturday.
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White's solo episodes will air this week and the next, followed by two weeks of shows Sajak taped before his surgery. Then Vanna again the week of January 6 with a special guest at the puzzle board.
"Tonight's my first night of hosting Wheel!" the SC native tweeted.
The request by producers for her to fill in for Sajak, 73, caught White by surprise.
"I've never even thought of that in 37 years, and to be asked nearly on the spot, 'How do you feel about hosting the show?' Like, what?!" she told the New York Times last week. When White had to give the wheel a final spin as time was running out, she was looking at the wrong arrow.
"Wheel of Fortune without @patsajak is like a word without vowels", White tweeted. She then asked, "How do you do this show?" and also commented, "That wheel is heavy". However, White says the hardest part was being "concerned about Pat and his health". "Watching Vanna White doing Wheel of Fortune is exciting as it's a woman doing the show", wrote one viewer.