During his initial audition, the eight-year-old pint-sized stand-up’s opening gambit involved calling her a dog.
The 46-year-old judge was left in shock by the comment and ended up buzzing the youngster out.
Ned was back on the ITV show this evening for the third live semi-final show with a brand new routine.
Following his performance, Amanda told him: “You were brilliant this evening. I thought, although it was savage, it was much cleverer than your previous audition.
“The jokes were better and even though they were aimed at us all, they were wittier. I thought they were much better. They were less hurtful.”
Once again, he made fun of the judging panel including hosts Ant and Dec, who he said were not his favourite double act as he told them This Morning stars Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were his heroes.
Amanda Holden praises comedian Ned Woodman on Coronation Street
Young stand-up comedian Ned Woodman savaged the judges
The jokes were better and even though they were aimed at us all, they were wittier. I thought they were much better. They were less hurtful
He also left the stage to hit Amanda’s buzzer so that he buzzed himself out before she had the chance to do so.
Afterwards she told him: “I would never have buzzed you out!”
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This evening saw performances from Josephine Lee, the London School of Bollywood, Jay Wynn, Martin & Faye, Golden Buzzer act Sarah Ikumu, dancer David Geaney and Tokio Myers.
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Once again, only two of the acts will go through to Saturday's final following a public vote with the results being revealed tonight.
It has been announced that this year’s Britain’s Got Talent final has been moved from Sunday out of respect for an Ariana Grande concert to commemorate the victims of the Manchester bombing.
Britain’s Got Talent continues on ITV tomorrow at 7.30pm.