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Salisbury Woman is Showcase Winner on 'The Price is Right'

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SALISBURY, Md.-She never thought she would make it but she did and on top of that she came home winning not just one but several game show prizes.

Rochelle Collins of Salisbury is the latest show case winner of The Price is Right game show. The episode aired Wednesday morning on WBOC. 

"The secret is out I could not tell anybody," Collins said. That's because the CBS show was taped a month ago. Collins was on a girl's trip to Los Angeles complete with a 'Things to Do' itinerary including getting on the game show.

"There were a lot of interesting people there so I didn't really think I was going to get picked," Collins said, "I thought I was but there were more interesting people there than me."

Collins also had to try and keep a large name tag hidden her closet.

"I had to keep it from my family the only person that knew was my husband," she said,"my kids didn't even know and it was so hard to keep it from every body but I'm glad it's out now."

Collins said that besides being the winner, her other big highlight was of course meeting Drew Carey.

"He's so down to earth, I think I actually pushed him when I won, I don't know I cant remember everything that happened," Rochelle said laughing.

Collins said that her excitement maybe hard to contain but besides the obvious, there is a true reason why. 

"Because dreams do come true," she said while sobbing, "I've had so much bad luck in my life."

Collins said she has to wait about ten days after this week' air date to find out when she will receive her winnings. Those include an ATV, a bedroom set, a sequin cocktail dress and a trip to Zanzibar.
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