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Lotto Winner Jane Park Wants To Be On Gogglebox Because She Can't Get A Boyfriend

Lotto Winner Jane Park Wants To Be On Gogglebox Because She Can't Get A Boyfriend

The 23-year-old recently offered to be Lewis Capaldi's 'sugar mamma'

Jake Massey

Jake Massey

You know who Jane Park is right? Britain's youngest ever EuroMillions winner, who also often bemoans her luck in love?

Yeah, well it seems her latest plan to find her man is to appear on Channel 4's Gogglebox.

In a tweet, the 23-year-old - who won a million quid when she was just 17 - said she was going to apply to go on the show because she can't get a boyfriend.

It's not immediately clear how or why appearing on the show would help Jane secure a man, but she's hatched stranger plans in the past.

Last year, Jane was reportedly willing to offer the right man £60,000 a year to be her boyfriend, as she apparently found it difficult to decipher people who wanted to be with her for the right reasons and was happy to pay for someone who would be loyal... Sure fire way to whittle out gold-diggers that, offering prospective boyfriends a salary.

Just last week, she asked singer Lewis Capaldi on Twitter whether he was 'wanting a sugar mumma'... and to be fair he seemed quite open to the idea.

Whether the Twitter flirting amounts to anything remains to be seen, but judging from a recent post from Jane it seems she's far from taken.

Jane Park won the EuroMillions when she was just 17.

The lottery-winner shared a picture that read: "Day 362 without sex: I went outside to run in flip flops just to remember how it sounded like."

She had captioned the picture: "Howling this is actually me."

While winning the lottery is but a pipe dream for most, Jane has previously claimed that the big win has ruined her life. She has spent the cash on plastic surgery, cars and holidays, but she sometimes feels her life would be easier if she had never won.

Speaking to The Mirror, she said: "I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?"

"I thought it would make [my life] ten times better but it's made it ten times worse.

"I wish I had no money most days.

"I say to myself, 'My life would be so much easier if I hadn't won'."

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Jane Park

Topics: UK News, TV and Film, Celebrity, Lottery

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