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Winning lottery numbers revealed with £35 million jackpot up for grabs


THE THUNDERBALL and EuroMillions results are now live as a whopping £35M was up for grabs on Friday.

The winning numbers for the Euromillions draw for May 20 were: 8, 22, 23, 32 and 50, while the Lucky Stars were: 3 and 9

If you win tonight’s draw you still wouldn’t be as rich as the most recent Euromillions winners, Joe and Jessie Thwaite, who bagged an incredible £184 million in last week’s draw.

That is the equivalent of getting £6 million every year for 30 years! The couple went public with their earth-shattering win.

It remains to be seen whether they will stick with their humble beginnings of running a hair salon and being a communications engineer, or whether the couple will retire early and jet off around the world.

Joe, 49, and Jessie, 44, were stunned to find their winnings the next morning on Wednesday, with the eye-watering message of “Good news, you’ve won a prize.”

Read our Lottery live below for the latest news and updates…

  • Lotto winner became a millionaire, then went back to his supermarket job

    Steve Schiltz became a millionaire overnight, but couldn’t leave his job as a lorry driver.

    He worked as a Lidl delivery driver, but humbly kept his win a secret from his colleagues and continued to work despite having won a huge sum of money.

    The millionaire dedicated his time to delivering goods during the lorry driver crisis, which led to a shortage of goods and fuel across the UK.

    He was more than happy to help during the height of the covid pandemic too.

    His wife Lesley also worked as a social care trainer, and carried on her key worker job too.

  • Should you avoid the ‘luckiest’ lottery numbers?

    Experts have warned against following the crowd and picking the most “popular” or frequently occurring numbers.

    Number seven is often regarded as lucky across the world. However, it is one of the most underdrawn and overdue numbers yet.

    13 is the least frequently drawn number across multiple nations. But it’s worth considering, as many avoid this “unlucky” number.

  • Odd or even? What are YOUR odds of winning the lottery?

    According to statistics, those with an equal amount of odd AND even numbers are more likely to get a winning ticket.

    The Lottery Strategy, is used by regular players.

    Hot numbers are numbers that are often picked.

    Cold numbers are ones that are drawn less overall, and overdue numbers are the ones that have not been picked in the last few weeks, but could reoccur.

    Some people mix up hot, cold and overdue, to get their perfect combination. Or are some just lucky?

  • Lotto winners who splurged MILLIONS and went broke

    Unlucky? Unfortunately some winners weren’t destined to keep their money, and lost it all.

    In 2007, the Australian Sherif Girgis struck gold when he won the £17 million jackpot. He was encouraged to splurge on a series of bad investments, and sadly lost it all.

    Brit Michael Carroll won an eye-popping £10 million in the early noughties. He was just 19, and frittered away his riches on fast cars and parties.

    By 2011, he was reapplying for his old job as a binman.

  • What would YOU do if you won the lottery?

    Here are the past winners, and what they spent their spoils on…

    Dean Samson won more than £5 million in 1996, and bought herself a £800,000 yacht for her birthday.

    At the time of her win, she had just £3 to her name.

    Sarah Cockings won £3 million in 2005, and lavished herself and friends, splashing out on boob jobs.

    Matt Myles, from from Hereford won £1,000,000. He treated his mates to a lads holiday, and met his future partner there. Awh!

  • WHICH star sign was blessed with luck yesterday?

    Each star sign has different levels of luck today, read on to find out whether you could be in for a stroke of luck with tonight’s lottery!

    Today’s most unlucky star signs according to astrology experts: Cancer, Pisces and Leo.

    Taurus might be in for some good luck today, predicted to be the most fortunate of all the star signs.

    If you are a Taurus, your colour is silver. Sagittarius and Capricorn are also expected to be lucky.

  • Tonight’s Euromillions numbers are now out

    Tonight’s winning Euromillions numbers have been drawn

    The winning numbers are: 8, 22, 23, 32 and 50

    The lucky stars are: 3 and 9

  • ONLY 10 minutes till the Euromillions results!

    Friday May 20’s LIFE CHANGING £35m jackpot, you don’t want to miss.

    Make sure to keep your numbers safe and keep an eye out HERE for results.

  • Tune in tonight and keep your tickets close!

    Numbers for the Thunderball have now been announced.

    The Euromillions draw is now left and starts 8:45pm.
    Good luck!

  • THUNDERBALL: All numbers contained 3’s

    Viewers of tonight’s Thunderball were left shocked by the results…

    The winning numbers were: 32, 33, 36, 30, 37 and 13.

    Numbers in the 30’s are generally not picked by players.

    This is because most people chose birthday numbers, but a month only has 30 to 31 days.

    Were you lucky on the Thunderball this evening?

  • THUNDERBALL RESULTS: Have you been lucky today?

    The numbers for today are as follows…

    32, 33, 36, 30, 37 and 13!

  • Should you avoid the ‘luckiest’ lottery numbers?

    Experts have warned against following the crowd and picking the most “popular” or frequently occurring numbers.

    Number seven is often regarded as lucky across the world. However, it is one of the most underdrawn and overdue numbers yet.

    13 is the least frequently drawn number across multiple nations. But it’s worth considering, as many avoid this “unlucky” number.

  • 10 minutes till the Thunderball!

    In today’s Thunderball you could win up to £500,000, make sure to check your numbers!

    The winning digits will be announced at 8pm. Keep your eyes peeled.

  • Did you know the first National Lottery was invented by the Elizabethans?

    Historical records show Elizabethans loved participating in the lottery, which was issued by Queen Elizabeth I.

    The Elizabethans needed the money for the ridiculously steep costs of building ships and developing ports.

    A tickets cost ten shillings each but this was far too much for your average peasant.

    Entrants could win £5000, which was paid partly in cold hard cash ready and in plates, tapestries and “good linen cloth”.

    Today, that is the equivalent of “2,000,000. Wow!

  • The luckiest man in the world won $10,000,000, winning the US lottery TWICE

    An American man bagged the equivalent of more than £7,000,000, his second win in three years.

     Juan Hernandez, from Uniondale, New York was called the “luckiest man in the world” after he won the lottery in the US twice.

    He won the jackpot in 2019, and was handed another cheque this ear in March.

  • The woman who missed out on £184 million may be turfed out of home

    Mr Thwaite’s ex wife has been left in the cold, after her landlord sells her rented home.

    Joe Thwaite and his wife of 11 years, Jess recently won a whopping £184 million.

    His ex wife, Sara Frost lives in a mid-terrace property with the two children from their marriage, Dominic, 21 and Sophie, 20.

    Now, Sara faces having to hunt for a new home after the landlord sold the £275,000 property.

    It is rumoured Mr Thwaite might help Sara buy the property, or a new one.

  • MATERIAL GHOUL: Couple who won the lottery became professional ghost hunters

    Spooktacular Laura Hoyle and Kirk Stevens won the Set For Life lotto.

    Laura is given a whopping £10,000 a month for the next 30 years. She decided to take a trip down a ghoulish path, and has become a professional ghost hunter!

    They love working alongside other paranormal investigators and making spooky YouTube videos together.

  • Can someone win the lottery twice? What are the chances?

    According to lottery giant Camelot, the chances of winning the lottery twice are 283 billion to one.

    Despite the dizzyingly low chances of winning the lottery twice, it has happened before.

    David and Kathleen Long won £1 million in 2013, and banked ANOTHER £1 million in 2015!

    After their second win, David told ITV News: “I always knew I’d win, even the first time. I just had a feeling it was going to be me.”

  • Lottery record BROKEN with colossal win of £184 million

    Jess and Joe Thwaite, won the Euromillions this month and have broke the record.

    The couple, who have been married for 11 years and share two children together, broke the record for the biggest win.

    Since winning, they have bagged a huge new house, and acquired two ponies for their children.

    In 2019, the record was set as an unknown winner won £170 million, which the Thwaites smashed out the park.

  • Britain’s biggest Lottery winners to date

    Jess and Joe Thwaite won the lottery in May 2022, and were handed an eye watering £184 million.

    Hailing from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire the couple won the Euromillions which changed their lives forever.

    They had always dreamed of one day winning, and said their family had faced hard times in previous years.

    Their lucky numbers were 3, 25, 27, 28 and 29 – plus the Lucky Star numbers 4 and 9.

  • Lotto winner became a millionaire, then went back to his supermarket job

    Steve Schiltz became a millionaire overnight, but couldn’t leave his job as a lorry driver.

    He worked as a Lidl delivery driver, but humbly kept his win a secret from his colleagues and continued to work despite having won a huge sum of money.

    The millionaire dedicated his time to delivering goods during the lorry driver crisis, which led to a shortage of goods and fuel across the UK.

    He was more than happy to help during the height of the covid pandemic too.

    His wife Lesley also worked as a social care trainer, and carried on her key worker job too.

  • Which is the BEST lottery to play? Euromillions or Thunderball?

    There are many different draws to enter, but which is best for you?

    Jackpots range from £100,000 to a staggering £100 million.

    But your chances of winning differ depending which draws you opt for!

    The odds for the Euromillions is 1 in 139 million people, and the draw is the most difficult to win because so many people play. You have a 1 in 13 chance of winning a prize, though.

    The Euromillions is only drawn every Tuesday and Friday.

    Most people opt for the Thunderball, because that is deemed the easiest to make a winning, no matter how small!

    The top prize is limited to (just!) £500,000 and it’s played four days a week.

  • What are the LUCKIEST lottery numbers?

    Here is a list of the numbers that appear most often!

    • Number 40, drawn 350 times
    • Number 27, drawn 347 times
    • Number 23, drawn 346 times
    • Number 39, drawn 345 times
    • Number 38, drawn 345 times

    The unluckiest (or least drawn) numbers include:  4, 26, 38 and 65!

    What are YOUR luckiest numbers?

  • Odd or even? What are YOUR odds of winning the lottery?

    According to statistics, those with an equal amount of odd AND even numbers are more likely to get a winning ticket.

    The Lottery Strategy, is used by regular players.

    Hot numbers are numbers that are often picked.

    Cold numbers are ones that are drawn less overall, and overdue numbers are the ones that have not been picked in the last few weeks, but could reoccur.

    Some people mix up hot, cold and overdue, to get their perfect combination. Or are some just lucky?

  • We have got to get our heads around this’ says winning couple

    On whether they feel they have a responsibility to people struggling with the cost of living crisis, Jess Thwaite said: “This is also new to us.

    She added: “I think those people are in the same boat as us – absolutely, we get where they are.

    “But we just got to get our head around this.”





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