Ashley Banjo is a nationally renowned British street dancer, professional choreographer and contestant judge. He acclaimed overnight fame when forming and leading the dance group Diversity, after winning the 2009 series of Britain’s Got Talent. The group caught the eyes and hearts of the public from their first audition to their very last performance. Since their outstanding achievement at the nation’s biggest and most popular talent show, Diversity have been on a number of tours around the UK and performed in front of the Queen in their Royal Variety show performance.
Their first arena tour in 2012, titled Digitized - Trapped in the Game, was choreographed, produced and directed by Ashley. Diversity’s popularity lead them to being nominated in the Dance section of the final South Bank Show awards and winning an award at the Pride of Britain Awards.
Aside from his achievements with the popular dance troupe, Ashley has embarked upon solo adventures alongside his dedicated commitment to the group. Having been involved in a series of dance shows, he has shared his expertise in choreography and performing arts to become a judge for several competitions. These include his appearance as a judge on Sky1’s talent show Got To Dance, as well as becoming a judge for the popular television show Dancing On Ice. His passion for performing arts has led him to become an official ambassador of the United Dance Organisation.
Ashley’s fame and success both as a leading member of Diversity and as a solo performer, choreographer, judge and producer has led him to amass a total following of over 980k followers across his social media platforms. The popular dancing icon often takes to social media to document his day-to-day family life as a husband and dad of one - soon to be two. He proudly adopts the title ‘dad dancer’ as he features his daughter Rose in the majority of his Instagram posts, and keeps fans up to date with his parenting life as well as his day job as a celebrity dancer.
Keen to raise awareness and support a number of charities, Ashley launched The Real Full Monty in 2017. Seeing a bunch of famous faces stripping off to raise money for charities including CoopaFeel! and Prostate Cancer UK. Ashley has led and choreographed the teams of celebs for the last three years. Being one of the nation’s favourite figures in dance, Ashley is the perfect influencer to work with brands and businesses who wish to reach out to a dedicated target audience.
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