About Jordan Banjo
December 31, 1992
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Along with his brother Ashley, the street dance troupe dazzled viewers and won the third ever series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2009, in front of an estimated audience of 17 million viewers. Since then, Diversity have catapulted into stardom, dancing for royalty at the Royal Variety Performance, for the Prime Minister outside 10 Downing Street, and taking part in the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in 2014. Alongside this they’ve been selling out tours and hosting their own TV specials for years. In September 2019 Diversity brought their 10-year Anniversary Tour, Born Ready, to the UK undertaking a gruelling 40 date tour of the country. With his personable, likeable approach, Jordan has entertained millions of viewers with presenting credits on the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, Dancing on Ice, Got to Dance and of course the first series of The Greatest Dancer. Jordan also hosted Nickelodeon’s sold out Slimefest in November 2019 at Blackpool’s Pleasure Beach which he co-presented with fellow Diversity member, Perri Kiely. Not only that, but the two best friends also present the Saturday morning breakfast show on KissFM. In July 2019 Jordan and girlfriend Naomi Courts welcomed their second child, daughter Mayowa Angel (or Mimi for short) into their family.