Who is Diversity star Jordan Banjo and is he related to Ashley? – The Sun

HUNKY dancer Jordan Banjo first rose to fame with Britain's Got Talent-winning dance troupe Diversity.

The twinkle-toed dancer and presenter has gone on to host many dance competitions since.

Who is Jordan Banjo?

Jordan Banjo, born on December 31, 1992, is a British street dancer.

Jordan first found fame after his dance troupe Diversity won the third series of Britain's Got Talent in 2009.

Jordan has previously insisted that he's not looking for fame, and just wants to be known for his talents as a dancer.

Speaking in 2014, he said: "We’ve never been the kind of people who go out to clubs to try and get photographed by the paparazzi, or be the centre of attention. For us, it’s all about dancing and entertaining people."

However, his following has grown and grown: Jordan boasts over 500k followers on Instagram, including Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams and Davina McCall.

What is Jordan Banjo's net worth?

Jordan Banjo's net worth is estimated anywhere between the thousands and £1million.



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He has made his money through his dance performances, several presenting gigs and his TV appearance for on I'm A Celebrity in 2016.

Is Jordan related to Ashley Banjo?

Jordan and Ashley are brothers – with Jordan being four years Ashley's junior.

They both grew up in Wickford, Essex, with their Nigerian boxer dad Funso and ballet dancer mum Danielle as well as sister Talia.

The Banjo brothers are very close and of course both found fame together when they won Britain's Got Talent with their dance troupe Diversity in 2009.

What shows has Jordan Banjo appeared in ?

Jordan starred in I'm A Celebrity in 2016.

Speaking to hosts Ant and Dec after his shock exit at the time, he said: "The other people turned out to best part of it."

The star also appeared as a host in The Greatest Dancer alongside Alesha Dixon in 2019.

He was lucky enough to host another dancing competition – Dancing On Ice – as a backstage correspondant.

Jordan worked on the fourth series of Got To Dance with fellow Diversity member Perri Kiely in 2013.




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