The BGT judges get absolutely roasted by an 8-year-old

Joe Anderton, Megan Davies
Photo credit: Thames / Syco Entertainment / ITV

From Digital Spy

Britain's Got Talent is back and while we are all waiting to see if the show will have another 'Susan Boyle moment', at least we've already been treated to one contestant getting the fabled 'four yeses' from the judging panel.

In the first episode of the new series, eight-year-old comedian Ned Woodman takes to the stage with a stand-up act that the judges will definitely remember.

And while Simon Cowell and co might expect some cheesy puns and knock-knock gags, what they actually get is a right old roasting from young Ned.

"Why were people so excited about that talking dog on Britain's Got Talent?" he kicked off with. "Amanda Holden's been on it for years."

After a massive shocked reaction from Amanda, she soon pushed her buzzer to show her displeasure, only for comedian Ned to reply easily with a casual: "Savage."

Photo credit: ITV

And he didn't let up from there, with jokes about Ant & Dec, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell all ready to be deployed for maximum comic effect at any moment.

Ned clearly has enough of a cheeky glint in his eye to get away with it though, not to mention the talent and the comic timing too, as earned himself top marks from the panel and the elusive four yeses.

Amanda even played along and barked her yes with a: "It's a 'ruff' from me!"

Photo credit: Thames / Syco Entertainment / ITV

If you can't enough Britain's Got Talent, then why not check out the first of our weekly blogs by none other than Britain's Got More Talent host Stephen Mulhern?

And once you're done with that, have a gander of animals that have been very badly behaved while appearing on the show.

Britain's Got Talent continues on ITV.

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