Loretta Lopez was a bit overwhelmed when host Wayne Brady called her to the "Let's Make a Deal" stage.


Brady called "the lady in white" up but Lopez didn't immediately realize he was referring to her. Lopez said she was wearing light gray and assumed the "lady in white" was a woman dressed as a big white bird in the audience.


When she realized Brady was calling Lopez, she screamed "like crazy."


"I was shaking, screaming, I was hyperventilating, having trouble breathing and I was nervous oh my gosh, it was something else," Lopez, a Hesperia resident, said. She ran to the stage when the people around her confirmed she was being called.


"It was fantastic to see," said Lopez's sister, Ruth Sanchez. "I was hoping that if anybody got picked out of our group that it would be her I wanted my sister to be chosen so bad."


Lopez and her husband, Martin dressed in outfits from the '20s for the Halloween themed episode that aired last week on CBS, and went to the show with Sanchez and sister-in-law Billie Banks, according to Lopez. Sanchez dressed in a '50s poodle skirt and Banks dressed as a farmer, Sanchez said.


"It was funny when she was doing the game, she was trying to peek around the big board to look at us," Sanchez said. "Her husband couldn't see her, and she couldn't really see us to say, 'What should I do?' "


Lopez played a lottery-type game, scratching off two cards to see if they matched to win a specific prize. One she scratched off showed cohost Jonathan Mangum's face and the other showed a car.


Brady offered Lopez a second chance, offering the prize behind the curtain a Donkey Kong arcade game or scratching off another card, Lopez said.


"So I'm thinking if I scratch off and don't get anything I'm going to go home sad, so I took the sure thing and I thought, 'Oh, my grandkids will be all happy with it,' " said Lopez who has 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.


"I love it. I can't wait until she gets it so we can play," Sanchez said. "We get together usually on Friday and Saturday nights to play games any way and we're very close so we're fighting over where it's going to be her house or my house." Excited for the game to arrive, Sanchez said Lopez jokes that she'll charge a dollar for her to play.


The $2,195 valued prize could take up to 90 days to arrive after the show's airdate, Lopez said.


According to a CBS spokesperson, Tuesday's "Let's Make a Deal" was taped in October. For tickets to the show, go to www.CBS.com or call 888-5-DEAL-50.