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Gravesend woman wins £11,000 Suzuki on Saturday Night Takeaway

PUBLISHED: 12:20 19 April 2016 | UPDATED: 12:20 19 April 2016

Ellie Crewe won a brand new ’16 plate Suzuki Swift

Ellie Crewe won a brand new ’16 plate Suzuki Swift

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Ellie Crewe scooped top prize in the audience quiz on the hit ITV show

A woman from Gravesend has driven away in an £11,500 Suzuki after appearing on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway last weekend.

Ellie Crewe, who works for Kent Police, correctly answered eight questions in one minute during the audience quiz and collected the keys to a brand new ’16 plate, Bright Red Special Edition Suzuki Swift SZ-L.

She was picked at random by the celebrity hosts from the 100 people in attendance and, after answering the questions, chose to gamble on the upgraded prize.

As well as winning the car, Ms Crewe walked away with £10,000 and a holiday abroad.

She plans to put the vehicle to use during her commute to work and when travelling to social engagements.

Ms Crewe said: “It was an amazing experience to come away from the show with such incredible prizes, and winning the Suzuki Swift was a particular highlight.

“It was equally a very exciting moment when I received the keys to this great looking car, which really brought to life how lucky I am.

“I look forward to driving it for many years to come, and to showing it off to friends and family.”

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