BRITAIN'S Got Talent fans were left rubbed up the wrong way just minutes into tonight's show because of Amanda Holden's laugh.
Dozens took to Twitter to complain about her "cackle" as she watched young comedian Eva performed a hilarious set about her disability.
The judges were wowed by pantomime act Dame Nation and comedian Eva, who has cerebral palsy, minutes into the programme.
Eva was a big hit as she stood on stage at the London Palladium, and had everyone in stitches with her jokes about her disability.
But instead of focusing on the act - viewers at home were left totally distracted by Amanda's laughing in the background.
"Here comes Amanda's cackle," one fan wrote to Twitter, as another chimed in: "Amanda's laugh is just horrifying."
"Oh god, here comes Amanda doing her annoying laugh," a third said, as a fourth scathed: "Sounds like finger nails on a blackboard."
"I have nightmares about Amanda's laugh," a fourth commented, as a fifth concluded: "Stop Amanda cackling like a witch!"
Other show fans were too busy praising youngster Eva to notice, and took to social media in their droves to admit they "loved her".
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"Absolutely loved Eva on Britain's Got Talent tonight," one gushed. "Just shows that a disability does not make you stop living your life."
"Eva is something rare in comedy today she was funny ,brave and confident for such a young girl," a second agreed.
While a third added: "Eva was such a likeable person, so funny and witty. And her dad watching in the audience was heart warming!"
Elsewhere in the show tonight, David Walliams was seen dressing up as a giant golden buzzer as he descended from the ceiling.
And Alesha Dixon finally chose her Golden Buzzer act - opting for musical duo Flintz and Taylor after their emotional rap.
Flintz, 23, from London, and Taylor, 17, from Birmingham, told the judges met on social media during the coronavirus lockdown.
And the judges were blown away with the rap and piano combo written by the pair while they were miles apart.
So much so that Alesha, who was left emotional by Flintz's lyrics about avoiding gang activity, pressed the Golden Buzzer.
Despite plenty of support, not everyone has agreed with the decision, taking to Twitter to slam it is "predictable" and "not worth the Golden Buzzer".