EuroMillions UK results – Record £184 million jackpot TONIGHT, as the winner will be wealthier than Tyson Fury – tickets and draw time
A GIGANTIC £184 million EuroMillions jackpot is up for grabs tonight, which would be the largest payout in UK history if a Brit wins.
It comes after no one correctly predicted the winning numbers for the £172 million EuroMillions jackpot on Friday.
Meanwhile, the most recent Set for Life numbers are 9, 40, 16, 44, 21, and the Life Ball is 6.
Set For Life tickets are available every day from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. However, if you want to participate on a draw day, you must purchase your ticket before 7.30 p.m.
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Anyone who wins the highest Lottery jackpot ever tonight will be wealthy than Adele.
The singer’s fortune is £140 million, far less than the record-breaking £184 million EuroMillions jackpot.
A lucky winner would join Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, who is worth £180 million, and music star Robbie Williams, who is worth £185 million.
The jackpot has rolled over nine times and is large enough to purchase an eight-bed £110 million super yacht.
There would still be enough money left over for a private Bahamas island with a 20-bed home and landing strip, which is up for auction for £44 million at Sotheby’s.
The Set for Life results from last night were 9, 40, 16, 44, and 21.
Meanwhile, the Life Ball was at number six.
Lout LOTTO Michael Carroll has remarried his ex-wife, who left him for romping with prostitutes more than a decade ago.
When he won £9.7 million on the lottery in 2002, the self-styled “King of the Chavs” was just 19 years old and working as a binman.
But he squandered his wealth on beer, drugs, sex, and pals, leaving the “big shot” for using prostitutes with ex-wife Sandra Aiken.
Carroll, 38, appears to have forgiven her now, and the couple has remarried, according to the Daily Record.
The pair married last Saturday in a tiny ceremony and are now said to be living a peaceful life together.
“Following the government’s decision to raise the age to play The National Lottery from 16 to 18 on October 1, 2021, we undertook a major program of work to implement all of the necessary changes as quickly as possible, while ensuring that we maintained the very high standards demanded of The National Lottery,” a Camelot spokesperson said.
“As a result of our good efforts, we can confirm that on April 22, 2021, the age to play all National Lottery games increased to 18 years or older – well ahead of the change in legislation that takes effect today.”
“Since April, minors under the age of 18 have been unable to play National Lottery games in a retail store, online, or over the phone.” Brinkwire News in a Nutshell