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EuroMillions jackpot rolls over to £55million and could be yours TONIGHT – making you richer than Harry Kane or Dua Lipa


A HUGE £55million is up for grabs in the EuroMillions bumper jackpot tonight.

The whopping sum would see one lucky Brit soar to a net worth exceeding celebrities such as Harry Kane and Dua Lipa.

The EuroMillions’s bumper jackpot hits £55 million tonight

Punters can choose their usual numbers, or take a pot-shot on the Lotto’s Lucky Dip.

Five main numbers plus 2 lucky stars will see the winner take out the life-changing jackpot.

The lucky winner would instantly become richer than England ace Harry Kane and pop star Dua Lipa who are currently worth £33 million and £36 million respectively.

However, even those who don’t get every number of the huge draw will still have a shot at a smaller windfall.

The biggest UK EuroMillions jackpot winner was an anonymous ticket-holder who banked £170m in October 2019.

Previous Lucky Dip winner Colin Weir took home a then-record £161million jackpot in 2011, making him the 22nd richest man in the UK.

Gillian and Adrian Bayford, who won £148m in 2012, also took a chance on random numbers.

The couple snapped up a fleet of luxury cars and splashed the cash on property before their nine-year marriage broke down.

Every EuroMillions ticket also bags you an automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which guarantees at least one player will pocket £1million in every draw.

The odds of winning any EuroMillions prize are 1 in 13.

And with up to 100million EuroMillions entries, the competition is stiff.

The draw takes place tonight (Tuesday, January 18) at 8:45pm and tickets must have been bought by 7.30pm.

England skipper Harry Kane net worth is £33 million
Comparably, pop sensation Dua Lipa has a net worth £36 million

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