EuroMillions results LIVE – Huge £110 million draw TONIGHT as the lottery jackpot rolls over once more; now is the time to buy tickets.
IT’S A ROLLOVER, which means an incredible £110K is up for grabs in tonight’s EuroMillions draw.
The £98 million EuroMillions jackpot rolled over tonight because there were no winners on Tuesday.
If you’re lucky, you’ll join the ranks of the UK’s wealthiest people – and one of the biggest lottery winners ever.
For the most up-to-date information, visit our EuroMillions live blog…
With the £110 million jackpot on the Euromillions up for grabs tonight, some may believe that betting on the Lucky Dip isn’t worth the risk.
Brits can choose their usual Lottery numbers or a randomly generated set of numbers on the Lucky Dip when playing the Lottery.
Gillian and Adrian Bayford, who won £148 million in 2012, gambled on numbers.
Before their nine-year marriage ended, the couple bought a fleet of luxury cars and splurged on real estate.
With a prize pool of £170 million, the UK’s biggest ever jackpot winners remain anonymous.
If the jackpot in tonight’s Euromillions draw is won, a lucky British citizen could be worth £110 million.
After no one won the £98 million in the draw earlier this week, the prize money was rolled over.
If a Brit wins the massive jackpot, he or she will become Britain’s tenth-largest EuroMillions winner.
Brits can play their favorite numbers or take a chance on the Lotto’s Lucky Dip.
Despite winning £1.8 million on the National Lottery, a dinner lady still lives in a council house, shops at Primark, and drives a Kia.
Trish Emson, 51, explained that money and her millionaire status had no effect on her or her partner Graham Norton, 51, who continues to work as a decorator.
The down-to-earth couple has even managed to keep their 17-year-old son Benjamin in line – without even giving him pocket money.
“Being rich doesn’t make you posh or a better person,” the modest mother from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, said.
“I don’t like bragging about money or showing off, and I’m not posh in the first place.”
“You wouldn’t think I was a millionaire by looking at me,” she told The Mirror. “But if I have to dress up, I feel fake, so I prefer my jeans.”
The remaining winnings are currently being fought over by the murdered farm laborer’s nine brothers and his widow Adriana Ferreira de Almeida.
For his murder, she was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
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