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BAFTA to be renamed the Olivia Colman award

A spokesperson announced: ‘Olivia’s monopoly of every decent acting role, has resulted in a shortage of bronze alloy statuettes. The UK’s actresses have been forced to politely applaud her, so many times, their fixed grins have become permanent. In the end, it’s easier just to call the award the ‘Olivia’ Awards, as opposed to ‘Olivier’ - and it’ll save on the engraving costs’.

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