There was a winner mix-up at the British Academy Film Awards (AKA the BAFTAs), and Carey Mulligan handled it like a total pro.
Over the weekend, the 76th annual awards show took place at the Royal Festival Hall in London. During the ceremony, Mulligan was announced as the winner of Best Supporting Actress for She Said. However, she didn’t win the award.
Due to a miscommunication issue, Mulligan’s name was accidentally called instead of the real winner, Kerry Condon (The Banshees of Inisherin). It didn’t take long for the mistake to be corrected, with the statuette going to Condon. (FYI, the mix-up was removed from the television broadcast.)