Scots lotto winner Jane Park after watching Who Wants To Be A Millionaire as a contestant won the million pound prize for the first time in 14 years.
Jane, 24, who scooped £1m back in 2013 in the EuroMillions draw, couldn’t contain her excitement while she tuned into the ITV show on Friday night.
Donald Fear, 57, stormed through each question asked by presenter, Jeremy Clarkson, to take home the jackpot.
The history and politics teacher, from Telford in Shropshire, is the sixth champion in the programme’s 22-year run.
Recording the dad-of-four’s million-pound question, Jane screamed and squealed in suspense as he gave his final answer.
She wrote on Instagram: “I know there’s no need to act like that.
“But I know the feeling and I just felt so good for him.”
As Clarkson, 60, revealed Donald had scooped the £1m jackpot Jane and her friend launched into a frenzy and screamed ‘you ken how that feels’.
Who Want To Be A Millionaire champ Donald correctly answered the final 15th question about the death of a famous pirate in 1718 on Friday’s show.
The lucky streak runs in the family as his elder brother, Davyth, last year won £500,000 as a contestant on the same programme.
Aged just 17, Jane’s lucky lotto numbers made her Britain’s youngest ever EuroMillions winner in 2013.
She spent the prize money on plastic surgery, lavish holidays and cars.
Jane, who used to work as an admin assistant for £8-an-hour, later said the win ‘ruined her life’.