Someone just woke up in the Volunteer State a lot more wealthy.
One Powerball ticket sold in Tennessee has the winning numbers for Saturday night's $421 million jackpot, according to lottery officials.
Two tickets sold in Pennsylvania are worth $1 million.
The winning numbers selected were 17, 19, 21, 37, 44, with the Powerball 16.
The jackpot swelled to $421 million, one of the largest on record, thanks to a large number of last-minute buyers. The largest ever Powerball prize of $1.6 billion was split between three winning tickets back in January.
The winner, who has yet to come forward, can choose to accept the full jackpot in a series of annuity payments or take it all in a single lump sum now. Officials said the lump sum payment would add up to about $254.7 million.
There have been just six Powerball jackpot winners this year. The last winner was back in September, when a couple from Atlanta won a $246.8 million jackpot.
Back in May, a Trenton family said "divine intervention" led 70-year-old Pearlie Mae Smith to win a $429.8 million jackpot, the largest sold in New Jersey lottery history. Smith shared the winnings with her seven adult children, and tithed 10 percent of the jackpot to their Pentecostal church.