EuroMillions jackpot at record-breaking £180 million rollover

The Euromillions jackpot has reached a potentially record-breaking £180 million ahead of the next draw on Tuesday.

After no jackpot winners came forward from last night’s draw, the rollover has now created a monster jackpot that could make one lucky person the EuroMillions’ biggest ever winner.

Although it is also possible that the jackpot could be split, if one ticket claims the prize, they would be a record-breaking winner. This could potentially beat the anonymous winner of the previous record of £170 million.

The previous record-holder was the late Colin Weir and his wife Christine, who won a staggering £161 million in 2016, making them richer than stars like Daniel Radcliffe and Ed Sheeran.

While nobody was able to scoop the grand prize last night, nine people matched the five main numbers with one lucky star, giving them a prize of more than £123,000 each.

Last night’s numbers were 04, 12, 25, 46, 48, with the Lucky Stars being 12 and 07.

Camelot's Andy Carter said: "If the jackpot is won by a single UK ticket-holder on Tuesday night, they will immediately become the National Lottery's biggest ever jackpot winner – players are urged to get their tickets early to be in with a chance of winning this mega jackpot."

A winner next week would overtake superstars including Kanye West, worth £121.2 million, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, worth £62.5 million, and footballers Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, worth £74.9 million and £74.2 million respectively.

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