Theresa May shocked Hollywood last night by winning an Oscar for her latest performance in Egypt.
The Prime Minister picked up the leading actress award after being invited to take a shot on a pool table by Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.
But Mrs May put on an incredibly moving performance, giving the impression throughout that she had a clue about what was going on.
Everyone knows she had ever seen a pool table before since that would have
Los Angeles Times showbusiness editor Lorraine Fisher, 34, reporting from the Oscars red carpet, said: “It was a truly memorable performance.
“Mrs May put in the shift of her lifetime and she is the deserving winner of the leading lady Oscar.”
She was being filmed at an EU-League of Arab States summit when the Italian PM rather cowardly asked her for a game of pool, obviously expecting to win.
But the PM put on her incredible act, despite a lacky having to show her how to hold the cue and rest it on her thumb before taking a shot.
An onlooker said: “They say it was the best act they’ve seen in years, but to be honest I think Olivia Colman deserved to win, even if she is from Norfolk.”