While Hollywood’s finest attended a blitz of after-parties following the
The actress, 45, who took home the award for her role as Anne, Queen of Great Britain, in The Favourite took five of her friends on the late-night trip on Sunday to celebrate her win, reports
In a video obtained by the publication, the film star can be seen boarding the bus which is decked out with neon lights and dark furniture as her friends join her for their night on the town.
Party: Olivia Colman, 45, celebrated her Best Actress win by taking her and a group of friends on a trip around Los Angeles on a midnight party bus
MailOnline has contacted a representative of Olivia’s for comment.
The Broadchurch star was overjoyed as she accepted the gong, during which she reached out to little girls everywhere in an inspiring and sweet speech.
She said: ‘Any little girl who’s practicing your speech on the telly, you never know! I used to work as a cleaner and I spent quite a lot of my time imagining this.’
While she grew tearful and emotional during, the overwhelmed Peep Show star was urged to wrap up her speech by Academy bosses – yet hilariously blew a raspberry and made a crass gesture at the teleprompter.
Celebration: The actress took five of her friends on the late-night trip to celebrate her win, reports The Sun
Olivia’s speech was laden with emotion as she paid tribute to her many aides and supports however she tickled audiences when she made the crass gesture.
She was up against Glenn Close for The Wife, Yalitza Aparicio for Roma, Lady Gaga for A Star is Born and Melissa McCarthy of Can You Ever Forgive Me?, said: ‘It’s genuinely quite stressful. This is hilarious. I got an Oscar’.
Olivia added the Oscar to her stream of earlier wins for her roles at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs and National Society of Film Critics for the role in the period drama.
Honoured: Olivia was overjoyed as she accepted the gong, during which she reached out to little girls everywhere in an inspiring and sweet speech
An emotional Olivia thanked her agent who took her on 20 years ago, and her children – and admitted she wasn’t sure if they were watching at home.
‘My kids who are at home and watching, look!’ she exclaimed. ‘If you’re not, then, kind of well-done, but I sort of hope you are. This is not going to happen again.’
‘To my husband Ed, my best friend, I love you so much. 25 years, you’ve been my best supporter and… he’s gonna cry,’ which got another big laugh from the audience, before adding, ‘I’m not.’
‘Thank you so much, Fox, everybody, the cast the crew,’ even turning to presenters Francis McDormand and Sam Rockwell, thanking them, before turning to Best Actress nominees Gaga and Melissa.
She turned and blew a kiss at her fellow nominees, as Lady Gaga blew a few back at her in one of the night’s most memorable moments.
She said: ‘Any little girl who’s practicing your speech on the telly, you never know! I used to work as a cleaner and I spent quite a lot of my time imagining this’