A Newry woman will pick up a long overdue BAFTA at a star-studded ceremony in London on the 14th of May we can reveal.
Anne-Marie Campbell who was the star of BBC programme ‘The Commute’ in which dashboard mounted cameras captured her unmerciful slagging of her two daughters and a poor unsuspecting neighbour child who was possibly a mute.
A BBC spokesman told Newry Spud:
“We got word today that Anne-Marie has won the comedy section beating The Graham Norton Show, Celebrity Juice and Mrs Brown’s Boys. The judging panel thought she was good value for the licence payer at home.”
Ann-Marie meanwhile may not be able to attend the event as she is now a regular in national stage shows as a ‘well establish actress’ but she has said she will speak to her agent about chartering a private jet or helicopter. She told Newry Spud:
“I’m very proud to pick up this BAFTA. I wish I could say it belongs not just to me but to Kelly, Laura and Emma but clearly they were not mentioned once by BAFTA, claah baah.”