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This “Wheel of Fortune” Contestant Lost a Shot at a Million Dollars and a Car Because of a Mispronunciation [VIDEO]

You can’t help but feel bad for Julian, a recent contestant on “Wheel of Fortune.” He’s from from Indiana University, and he did not do the college proud. Julian had a shot at a million bucks and a car recently but he bungled big time on the game show and, in a most embarrassing way.

How exciting it was to see him correctly call for the letter “c.” Now, all he had to do was read it. The “character” was “Mythological Hero Achilles.” You know…“Achilles”, like Achilles heal, not the way he said it. It sounded like “a-chill-us.” Ouch!

Better luck next time Julian.

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