'This Morning' Viewers Left Furious Over Youngest Lottery Winner's Appearance

This Morning fans were left fuming following one guest's appearance on Friday morning's episode of the beloved show.

The daytime programme had Jane Park, the youngest winner of the lottery, starring on the show, but viewers were livid to see her on their screens once again.

She had fans rolling their eyes after she made some outrageous claims...

Credit: This Morning/ITV

Jane was making a guest appearance to urge Brits NOT to enter the lottery ahead of the massive £168 million draw tonight.

She controversially claimed that winning 'only £1 million ($1.3m)' on the Euromillions was a 'twisted fairy tale' which made her 'miserable'. Ummmmm, say what?

Jane, now 21, was just 17-years-old when she won the jackpot, and spent part of her winnings on cosmetic surgery. She has had a boob job and lip fillers, as well as a Brazilian butt lift more recently.

Show host Eamonn Holmes took a swipe at Jane too, saying: "Are you just a bit hard to please? No matter what it is. You got £1 million for nothing, you got a bum lift for nothing, you got all these cars, but four years on why is life so rubbish?

"Why can't you just say this has been an amazing rollercoaster ride?"

This Morning viewers took to Twitter to blast the show for giving her air time in the first place.

"This Jane Park needs to stop getting publicity. If I won the lottery it definitely wouldn't ruin my life. Grow up!! ," slammed one fan.

A second exclaimed: "Why do invest in giving air time to Jane Park? ."

"Third time Iv seen that clown Jane Park on crying about winning the lottery, fame hungry idiot [sic]," blasted a third.

A final viewer slated: "Don't think that Jane Park has ever had any right to complain about her situation, just enjoy it while it lasts!!"

Featured Image Credit: This Morning/ITV

Rachel Andrews

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