Amanda Holden took revenge on Britain's Got Talent 2018 tonight after madcap inventor Marty Putz's chaotic performance ended with him SOAKING the judges.
Marty made viewers chuckle during his audition for the ITV talent contest by covering Simon Cowell in toilet paper.
He returned to compete against even other acts in tonight's live semi-final - and this time he upped the ante.
The 55-year-old showed off more of his crazy inventions and played a game of marshmallow baseball with the audience.
The mayhem failed to impress Simon and Alesha Dixon, who hit their buzzers as marshmallows flew across the Hammersmith Apollo.
Undeterred, Marty unveiled another invention - a remote control water cannon, which he used to drench the judges.
Horrified at having her glamorous green dress soaked, Amanda also reached for her buzzer.
For the big finale, Marty roped in presenter Dec Donnelly and revealed that, this time, he'd brought TWO toilet paper blasters.
The pair activated the devices and sent rolls of paper flying towards Simon and David Walliams.
Eager to avoid another attack, Amanda and Alesha ran off stage before they could be hit.
The mayhem came to a halt when David pressed his buzzer, ending Marty's performance.
"This wasn’t what I signed up for," commented Simon beneath streams of toilet paper.
Moments later, Amanda and Alesha returned to the theatre - and the former had revenge in mind.
She was cheered by the audience as she went on stage and threw a bottle of water in Marty's direction.
Despite risking the wrath of the judges, Marty was given some fairly positive feedback.
"I’m a big kid at heart, and I think kids are gonna absolutely love you," said David.
"That was mayhem. You’re a funny man, and a very very brave man to soak us and cover us in toilet roll!"
"I’m gonna send you the dry cleaning bill!" joked Amanda. "I mean, it is good fun, it’s clowning at its best."
Britain's Got Talent continues tomorrow at 7.30pm and 9.30pm on ITV, ahead of the grand final on Sunday.