Wednesday, 27 May, 2020

Amanda Holden speechless as boy, 8, calls her a ‘dog’ in audition for Britain’s Got Talent!

Amanda Holden was left speechless during the Britain’s Got Talent auditions shown in tonight’s show after being called a dog.

8-year-old Ned Woodman shocked the whole theatre and judges during his Britain’s Got Talent audition.

Ned went in on the judges during his ‘savage’ audition, including taking aim at Ant and Dec.

It has been revealed that Ned’s shocking jokes were written by his dad Liam, who is an award-winning comedy writer.

The 8 year old practices comedy in front of his mum and dad for the last two years and has since performed in front of friends and family.

Amanda said: “I don’t think that’s the right kind of humour to come out of a child’s mouth.”

Ned’s joke about Amanda will be shown in tonight’s launch show of BGT series 11.

Ned joked: “Why were people so excited by that talking dog on Britain’s Got Talent? Amanda Holden’s been on it for years.”

Geordie presenter Ant said: “Ned was really funny. He roasted everyone with both barrels.”

David Walliams told Ned: “I loved the way you took the mickey out of us, it was really quite savage.”

Amanda added: “I think the way you delivered those jokes and your timing was brilliant.”

Simon Cowell commented: “You look nice and sweet but you’re very cheeky, and that’s why I like you,”

Britain’s Got Talent 2017 airs tonight on ITV from 8pm.

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