Raven-Symoné misspoke the lyrics to successful Nineteen Seventies music and missed out on a puzzle remedy throughout her look on “Celeb Wheel of Fortune.”
Viewers have been calling for justice for the “That’s So Raven” star after she made one of the frequent errors with the lyrics of The Bee Gees’ immensely well-liked disco hit “Stayin’ Alive” throughout Sunday’s recreation for charity.
The actress, who was taking part in for the non-profit Goodwill of Southern California, was not doing very effectively going into the second half of the present towards opponents Tori Spelling and Tara Lipinski. Nevertheless, issues have been briefly trying up when the 36-year-old began to shut in on the reply to a puzzle within the class “70s music lyrics.”
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Symoné wished to resolve the puzzle early however host Pat Sajak cautioned her to talk very fastidiously when doing so. The warning prompted some hesitancy from the contestant, who as a substitute opted to spin two extra occasions. Yahoo Leisure identified that the host famous that there was a whole lot of “stress” stemming from the incident however inspired her to guess if she felt she had the reply.
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The actress then appropriately guessed that the reply to the puzzle was “AH HA HA HA STAYIN’ ALIVE STAYIN’ ALIVE.”
Nevertheless, as many individuals do once they sing alongside to the hit music, Symoné spoke the phrases as “ah, ah, ah, ah” moderately than the official lyrics, which learn “ah, ha, ha, ha.” In consequence, she couldn’t be awarded the factors.
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Symoné was briefly confused when Spelling, 48, then took over and acquired the puzzle proper for seemingly saying the identical factor. Sajak, 75, defined the distinction between the 2 celebrities’ solutions. Luckily, Symoné took the loss in stride, noting that she was nonetheless having fun with her recreation.
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Though she was contrite about stealing the remedy away from Symoné, Spelling went on to win the sport with a grand whole of $54,300 going to her charity. Luckily, it appears there have been no laborious emotions among the many three contestants.