Jared Leto Subs in as “Wheel of Fortune” Host During April Fools' Prank: 'How'd I Do?'

The actor and musician made a surprise appearance on the game show alongside longtime co-host Vanna White

<p>Wheel Of Fortune/Youtube</p> Vanna White and Jared Leto

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Vanna White and Jared Leto

Jared Leto can add Wheel of Fortune host to his long list of credits!

On Monday, the 52-year-old musician and Oscar-winning actor subbed in as a host on the beloved game show alongside Vanna White as part of an April Fools’ Day prank.

"Here are the stars of our show, Jared Leto and Vanna White," the show’s announcer said as the pair walked out arm-in-arm and waved at the cheering audience.

Leto then told White, 67, "Have a great show and see you soon," before taking his place at the wheel with the show’s three contestants.

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"All right everybody, grab those devices, it's time to give away some money," Leto continued as he launched into hosting duties. "A $1000 in our first toss-up, the category is on the map."

The show then switched back to regular longtime host Pat Sajak and continued as normal with no further mention of Leto’s surprise appearance.

The Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman later shared a clip of the moment on his Instagram Story with the caption, “How’d I do? 🤣.”

Related: Vanna White Says She and Pat Sajak Call Each Other 'Ken and Barbie' Because They 'Go Together and Always Have'

Leto first appeared on Wheel of Fortune back in November when he and his brother (and bandmate) Shannon Leto were “contestants” on the game show to announce the band’s 2024 world tour.

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Jared Leto

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And though Leto won't be replacing Sajak as Wheel of Fortune host anytime soon, the longtime game show emcee is planning to retire from the show after its current 41st season. He'll be handing over the reins to Ryan Seacrest, who described the opportunity as like being a “kid in a candy store.”

“You don't mess with it, just don't mess with it. Just get out of the way, say ‘Good evening’ and let's play,” the 49-year-old told PEOPLE in September. “I think I have so much adrenaline rushing through my body. Excitement is the word because it's such a phenomenal show. I've been a fan. I grew up watching the show. and I can't wait to take over after the legendary Pat Sajak.”

Sajak is set to say goodbye to the game show in June, while White will stay on as a co-host.

Wheel of Fortune airs weekdays in syndication (check local listings).

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