'Britain's Got Talent' fans will be thrilled to learn that the ITV talent show is back, with Ant and Dec returning for another year of awkward auditions and incredible hidden talents.
The leader of the Diversity dance troupe announced on Instagram that he and his wife split 18 months ago.
Banjo rose to fame as a member of dance troupe Diversity.
The dancer says people are still trolling him over the routine he performed on 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2020.
The pair ended up in the bottom three with Kimberly Wyatt.
The star has had 19 stitches during his time on the show.
The chart star injured his leg.
The athlete said she enjoyed performing the dangerous stunt.
Rachel Stevens, Ben Foden and Ria Hebden have all been eliminated.
The star said he had loved the experience.
The singer will be back on the ice for Movie Week.
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The former gameshow host called the Diversity star 'George' by accident and told him to 'stick to dancing'.
The Diversity star has made a documentary about one of TV's most complained about moments.
Ashley Banjo believes a movie starring Diversity could change the way dance-centric films are perceived.
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The dancer and 'BGT' judge feared for the safety of his family after being subjected to racist abuse and death threats for Diversity's BLM-inspired performance.
The dance troupe's tribute to George Floyd is in the running for the must-see moment award, voted for by the public.
The BGT judge revealed the royal couple had done the same for him during the Black Lives Matter dance controversy when he received racist abuse.
Show bosses originally postponed production on the ITV show.
The dancer says the performance even sparked some controversy close to home.
The stand-up suggested ‘the people we elect don’t want to feed hungry children’.
The programme apparently sparked more than 31,000 complaints.
Other religious content includes the Archbishop of Canterbury's New Year Message.
The show can go ahead thanks to a National Lottery initiative.