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  2. Play games, enter to win cash and prizes, apply to be a contestant and get to know Pat and Vanna. Official Wheel of Fortune website.
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The year 2020 has been filled with Zoom meetings, Zoom happy hours, Zoom trivia nights, and everything virtual in-between. So, really, it's no surprise that your holiday celebrations might follow suit. Of course, you'd love to gather IRL with your friends and fam — but that doesn't mean a Zoom shindig can't be fun AF. You can still have plenty of laughs when try one of these 15 Christmas games to play on Zoom during your virtual holiday bash.

As of Dec. 16, the holiday guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is that people limit their holiday travel and opt for virtual celebrations with people outside their immediate household. Virtual holiday games are a good way to share some laughs from afar. Once small talk runs out, though, you might want a game to help you keep things going. Thankfully, there are plenty of affordable virtual games you can purchase on websites like Etsy, as well as free games you can play. (For the pricier games, you can always split the cost among your guests.) Keep in mind many of the Etsy games require PowerPoint, but if you don't have it, you can try a 30-day free trial with this link, according to the descriptions of the games on Etsy.

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1. Christmas JeoParody

This game is inspired by the hit television game show Jeopardy. You and your pals will answer trivia about the holidays, such as 'Christmas Songs,' 'Christmas Movies,' 'Christmas Food and Drink,' 'Christmas Characters,' 'St. Nick,' and 'Popular Christmas Toys.' After you download the game, you can check out this quick YouTube instructional video for a step-by-step process on how to use it with PowerPoint.

2. Wheel of Christmas Game

Try your luck at the Wheel of Christmas game, which is modeled after Wheel of Fortune, and is compatible with Macs and PCs (but keep in mind the scoreboard will only work on PCs). There are 13 rounds for people to solve, and even a real spinning wheel with sound effects. This simple YouTube tutorial will help you make sure everything runs smoothly.

3. The Emoji Game Christmas Edition

You'll need to guess the answers that are spelled out in emoji form in this Christmas game. To keep you guessing, there are 30 rounds to make for an exciting quiz night.

4. Virtual Scavenger Hunt Christmas

You can bring the adventure indoors with this virtual scavenger hunt. You'll need to find a range of household items related to Christmas to win the game.

5. Holiday Answer Battle with Scoreboard

`The holiday answer battle features 13 rounds. You'll need to give responses to categories such as, 'Birds Listed In The 12 Days Of Christmas,' 'Common Holiday Cookie Shapes,' 'Holiday Movies,' and more. There's another helpful tutorial to make sure you've got it down pat.

6. Virtual Christmas Escape Room - Escape The South Pole

In this escape room, the South Pole elves have captured Santa and trapped him. You'll need to save Christmas by helping him escape. According to the game's description on Etsy, it 'can be played in teams or as one big group .. over video chat. All you need is your own pens and paper.'

7. Christmas Games MegaPack

There are 10 exciting games in this Christmas megapack. You can choose from Escape From Azkaban, Reindeer Racing Championship, and more.

8. Christmas Holiday Friendly Trivia

This game has 10 rounds of questions and answers. You can even edit the questions and answers to suit your own game preferences. And to make it Zoom friendly, all you have to do is share your screen.

9. Virtual Christmas Snap

You'll need to pay close attention during this game, which shows players 25 pictures for 5 seconds and then asks a question about the picture.

10. 5 Second Party

This festive game will have you racing against the clock. You'll get a Christmas subject and have five seconds to name three examples of that subject.

11. Virtual Christmas Music Quiz

You can test your Christmas music knowledge with this quiz game. The questions come with visuals and are suitable for both novices and die-hard holiday music fans. Plus, this game was designed specially for screen-sharing, so you should be able to handle it with no issues.

12. Word Scramble Christmas Anagram Game

There are 25 rounds in this word puzzle game, where you have to guess what the word is out of the anagram.

13. Christmas Scavenger Hunt

If you're looking for an easy and free game to play, you can organize a Christmas scavenger hunt during your virtual gathering. You can come up with a list of 15 Christmas-related objects such as ornaments, gifts, and stockings, and then give everyone time to see how many they can find. Finally, tally up the scores to see who won.

14. Christmas Charades

Get ready to take the spotlight with a game of Christmas charades. Each player will have a chance to act out a Christmas-related word, such as Santa Claus, Christmas tree, and reindeer. The players watching will compete to see who can guess the unknown word first. You can even use breakout rooms if you have too big of a party.

15. Name the Holiday Tune

This musical guessing game will have your guests singing in no time. Play (or hum!) snippets of different holiday favorites — but leave out the most recognizable chorus — for everyone to hear, such as Michael Bublé's version of 'White Christmas,' 'All I Want for Christmas' by Mariah Carey, or 'Santa Tell Me' by Ariana Grande. See who can guess the name of the song first, and the person or team with the most points at the end is the winner.

With so many options to choose from, you're bound to find some kind of holiday game to spice up your virtual gathering. And if one game gets stale, you have plenty of holiday games to keep the party going all night long — so grab your computer charger, and study up on your holiday trivia.

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Vanna White makes surprise visit to online communication class

Wheel of Fortune star Vanna White made a surprise appearance in Jill Alexander’s Introduction to Public Speaking class held last week via Zoom. (Screenshot courtesy of Jill Alexander)

One of the students in Associate Teaching Professor Jill Alexander’s Introduction to Public Speaking course at the University of Missouri–St. Louis was in the middle of delivering a presentation via Zoom last week when a surprise guest interrupted her.

While many of the students quickly recognized Vanna White from seeing her turning letters on their television screens throughout their lives as part of Wheel of Fortune, one had to confirm what his eyes were telling him.

Holding up a laptop screen containing Google search results for her name in front of his webcam, he said, “Wait, you’re her?”

“Yep, that’s me,” said White, laughing. “Yeah, this is my at-home look. … I’m the one that’s up there, that started turning those letters about 37 years ago.”

White, dropping in from her home in California with her daughter Gigi, a college student at New York University, proceeded to take questions from students about the show.

About the more than 7,000 dresses she’s worn on the show over the years.

“My dresses can range from $29 to probably $7,000,” she said. “It just depends. Obviously, those full-length, sequin gowns are very expensive and they’re by famous designers, but I’ve worn some dresses that you could get pretty much anywhere. … I don’t get to keep my clothes. They all have to go back to where they came from – mostly designers.”

About filling in as host last fall when Pat Sajak had emergency surgery.

“I was very stressed because it happened so quickly,” White said. “I didn’t have a chance to even react. I just had to do it without any experience whatsoever other than what Pat for 37 years. But when I watched him, I was concentrating on my puzzle board, not what he was doing.”

About her favorite memory from the show.

“One of my favorite memories was when a guy won a brand new car, and he turned to Pat and said, ‘I don’t have to take the bus anymore,’” she said. “So it changed his life, and we’ve changed a lot of people’s lives. Obviously, they win lots of money, and they will pay off student loans or buy their first house. Some of them will also start charities, so it all goes to good causes.”

Alexander recorded the session, and posted an edited version, including those and other questions, to YouTube. It has received more than 2,400 views since Sunday.

KSDK (Channel 5) posted a story about her appearance on its website on Monday.

To solve the puzzle of how White’s appearance came to be, one needs to consult Alexander.

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It all started a little over two weeks ago.

“If you remember, it was very gray and gloomy for days and days and days,” Alexander said. “It was the first two weeks that we were all home, and watching my students, it was kind of like watching the air go out of a balloon. They needed something to cheer them up.”

Alexander, an avid consumer of news and social media, had seen reports of actor Matthew McConaughey dropping in on a Zoom class at his alma mater, the University of Texas. She began brainstorming what celebrities she might be able to contact to try to arrange a similar surprise.

In her previous professional life, Alexander served as the senior director of corporate communication for a casino company that owned 15 properties in seven states.

Associate Teaching Professor Jill Alexander (center) first met Vanna White (left) along with KWQC anchor Paula Sands at an event marking the 25th anniversary of a casino in Bettendorf, Iowa. (Photo courtesy of Jill Alexander)

Not long before Alexander joined UMSL’s Department of Communication and Media three years ago, one of the properties in Iowa celebrated its 25th anniversary. White had appeared at the grand opening in 1991, and Alexander and her colleagues arranged for her to be on hand again a quarter century later.


Working through Wheel of Fortune’s publicists, Alexander eventually connected with White directly.

“I found myself back then having an email conversation with Vanna White about what she should wear,” Alexander said. “I remember thinking this was like an out of body experience, being deep in conversation with a woman who wears extraordinary clothes every day.”

Alexander later drew the assignment of picking White up at the airport, dropping her back off at the airport and managing her time at the casino in between. She found White to be warm and down to earth.

So, when she was thinking about high-profile people, she recalled having White’s email address. Alexander messaged White and asked if she’d be willing to drop in.

“She responded back, ‘Yes, I remember you. Yeah, I’d love to do,’” Alexander said.

Her noon class worked best for White, two hours earlier in California, so she sent her the link to the Zoom meeting.

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Alexander didn’t tell any of her students it was happening.

Junior Greg Davidson shared his reaction on Twitter.

Vanna White of all people showed up at my Zoom session. I am not joking. This is 100% real. It was awesome and mind blowing. I am shook#UMSL#WheelOfFortune#VannaWhitepic.twitter.com/EdRYDaoVWl

— Greg Davidson (@Time4Timon) April 8, 2020

“It was a great story,” Alexander said, “and they all did say they’ll remember being Zoom bombed by a celebrity.”

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