Hull taxi driver Melissa Ede has won £4 MILLION on a scratchcard
A taxi driver from Hull has scooped a staggering £4m on a Lottery scratchcard.
Camelot has not confirmed the name of the winner but the Mail understands it to be transgender taxi driver Melissa Ede.
She is due to speak about her big win tomorrow and will talk about the moment she discovered she had won, quit her job and is how she is now looking forward to the wedding of her dreams to her girlfriend.
She will also reveal how she now plans to write her autobiography.
In a statement announcing the win in Hull, Camelot has said: “A taxi driver from Hull is celebrating today after scooping a top prize of £4M on the £4 Million Blue Scratchcard from National Lottery GameStore.”
Melissa, 56, is well-known for her online videos which have received millions of views and she has thousands of followers on Facebook.
They mostly feature her singing in skimpy outfits with items often attached to her chest – including bottles of tomato ketchup and mayonnaise.
Camelot has previously been known for protecting its big lottery winners and will only name them if they choose to go public.
And while Melissa has not spoken out yet, she has hinted at it on social media posts.
Posting on Twitter on Monday, she wrote: “Tomorrow I will prove the impossible is actually possible. Stay tuned.”
Melissa has also Tweeted the number four with laughing emojis.