It was the most unprecedented lottery in U.S. history.
Even Michael Jackson’s son Prince was caught up in Wednesday’s $1.6 billion Powerball fever, buying a ticket earlier in the day at a Los Angeles gas station.
The 18-year-old was so happy it looked like he’d already won while he flashed some muscle in navy tank top, emblazoned with the Ford logo.
In it to win it: Michael Jackson’s son Prince bought a Powerball ticket at a Los Angeles gas station for the $1.6 billion drawing
He couldn’t stop grinning as he and a male friend reviewed their numbers.
For the trip to the gas station, the youngster accessorized with an array of gold chains including a gold medallion, as well as black wristbands.
The LA native matched his dark blue jeans with a pair of blue sneakers – his purple shoelaces tied in with his tank top.
Grinning: The 18-year-old was in such a good mood it looked like he had already won the jackpot
Born Prince Michael Jr, he and his siblings Paris,17, and Prince Michael Jr II (Blanket), 13, are nowhere near broke seven years after their famous father’s death at age 50.
The trio are reportedly richer than ever with the Jackson estate estimated to have made more than $2b since the pop icon’s passing in June 2009.
In June 2015, it was reported the teens are part of a trust that would allow each of them to get $100m if the estate were liquidated at that time.
Not strapped for cash: The youngster and his two younger teen siblings are reported to be part of a trust that would allow each of them to get $100m
However, that amount continues to grow thanks to the Jackson movie This Is It, the Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL WORLD TOUR by Cirque du Soleil and the sales of millions of albums.
While it appears Prince didn’t hit the jackpot Wednesday, three lucky tickets did with mystery winners in Florida, Tennessee and California.
The numbers were 4-8-19-27-34 and Powerball 10.
Lucky numbers: Three winners in three different states matched all numbers correctly
The winners can let the jackpot be invested and thereby collect 30 annual payments totaling an estimated $533 million, or split $983.5 million in cash all at once.
The huge draw also produced eight $2 million Power Play winners and 73 $1 million winners nationwide.
The odds of winning were 1 in 292.2 million.
Lucky store: Balbir Atwal, the owner of a 7-Eleven store that sold one of the three winning Powerball lottery tickets, holds up a Millionaire Made Here sign at his store in Chino Hills, California