A housewife is planning to buy a plot of land on the moon after winning £1 million on a gameshow last night.
Sarah Lang, 31, from Newport, South Wales, scooped the prize in the tense finale of ITV1's Pokerface, hosted by entertainers Ant and Dec.
The mother-of-two held her nerve against opponent Julian Sperring-Toy in the finale of the game of general knowledge and bluff.
Julian, 33, a businessman from Staffordshire, blew more than £70,000 in a showdown with her.
After the win Sarah said she was planning to take her family to Disneyland for her youngest son's third birthday this month. Her other son is aged five.
She also planned to buy a Ducati motorbike for husband Nick, 32, a secondary school teacher, "if he grovels a bit" and pay off the mortgage and other debts.
The Star Trek fan added: "I am really into sci-fi and horror so I really want to go to a big Trekkie convention in the US and dress up.
"I have always been fascinated with stars and space so I'm going to get a strong telescope in my garden.
"I have heard that you can buy plots of land on the moon. It might be worth something in a few years." She said she could hardly believe it when she won but was also relieved, as she had been sick with tension before the show.
When she realised she had won it was "just unbelievable", she said.
"I just couldn't speak. It is unreal. It's like a really lucid dream," Sarah said.
While winning the money would be bound to change her life "to a certain extent" she hoped it would not alter her personality.
She said she had no worries about coming up against Julian, described on the show as the "iceman".
He said his ice-cool composure enabled him to negotiate his way out of trouble when he was kidnapped in Africa in 2000.
But Sarah said: "He was the person I was least worried about, he was like an open book." She said that while she did not usually take part in pub quizzes, she was a fan of internet trivia websites, but lied on the programme about being a quiz world champion.
Asked how she acquired her general knowledge she said: "I am a bit of a geek and if I find something interesting I have a good look at it and I find it really easy to pick up and retain that piece of information."