Vanna White’s latest look is divided right down the middle — as are “Wheel of Fortune” fans.
The 65-year-old game show hostess strutted across the stage in a hot pink asymmetrical dress layered over black leggings and heels during Wednesday’s episode.
The daring look sent Twitter into a frenzy, as White — who has worn over 7,000 outfits over the course of her 40-plus years on the show — usually plays it safe when it comes to her fashion choices.
“What the heck is Vanna White wearing today? Her outfit lookin unfinished 😂,” one person tweeted, while another wrote, “wtf is vanna white wearing tonight.”
“I can’t tell if Vanna was late for aerobics or couldn’t find the rest of her pink dress,” a third person wrote, with a fourth calling the look “so odd.”
“Someone stole half of Vanna’s dress…,” yet another critic quipped of the outfit, which drew Marvel and “Star Trek” comparisons from some on the platform.
But other Twitter users applauded the unique ensemble, hailing it as “awesome,” “interesting” “real sharp” and “fashion forward.”
White spoke about her many onscreen looks last year, telling People, “I don’t love every outfit I wear, because I feel like there’s so many millions of people that are watching and have different tastes and I’m trying to please everybody … Someone else might love it, so I try to be versatile, I always say.”
White has been the “Wheel of Fortune” hostess since 1982 and has shared many milestones — both good and bad — with the show’s millions of viewers.
In fact, in April 2022 the hostess broke down in tears on air after revealing her 16-year-old cat, Stella, had died.
“She’s such a big member of our family, and she’s going to be missed so much and love her to death,” White said in between sobs at the time.
Host Pat Sajak, 76, then surprised his longtime co-host with a video montage of White and her furry friend.
April proved to be a difficult month for the letter-turner, who also lost her stepfather, Herbert White Jr.
“It is with great sadness that I tell you my 96-year-old dad passed away peacefully this morning,” White wrote on Instagram at the time.
She continued, “He lived a full and happy life and will be remembered as one of the kindest and most wonderful human beings of North Myrtle Beach. I love you so much dad. RIP #love #family #greatestdad.”