Diversity star Jordan Banjo has revealed that a documentary about the dance troupe is in the works.
Speaking on his Kiss FM breakfast show, Jordan, 28, said: “We’ve had conversations about this. It’s about finding the right people to do it and giving yourself plenty of time to sort yourself out properly.
He added, “We’re going to put on an 80 date tour and then bring in a film crew. Let’s make sure it’s entertaining.
Exciting: Diversity star Jordan Banjo, 28, revealed a documentary about the dance troupe is in the works
The beloved dad was in conversation with his co-host and fellow Diversity member Perri Kiely, who added: “That would be really cool. It would be nice to watch online, like something on YouTube. ‘
Jordan also spoke about the difficulties of filming a “fly-on-the-wall” documentary.
He continued, “The hard part is, when there is always so much going on, how do we fit it in?
“Things flying on the wall aren’t just flying on the wall, are they?” It takes longer – and you want it to be done right. ‘
Perri, 25, agreed, saying, “You can see the inner workings. There is so much more than it looks.
Make the headlines: In September, Diversity made headlines after their dance inspired by Britain’s Got Talent BLM became the second most-denounced TV moment in the past 10 years
In September, Diversity made headlines after their dance inspired by Britain’s Got Talent BLM became the second most-denounced TV moment in the past 10 years.
Directed by Ashley Banjo, Diversity opened its performance by reciting a viral poem The Great Realization by singer Tomfoolery, about the BLM movement and police brutality.
During their performance, the group also narrated the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police officer Derek Chauvin who put his knee on his neck in Minneapolis on May 25 for nearly nine minutes.
The flood of complaints placed the controversial routine just steps from Celebrity Big Brother’s “punchgate” which received 25,237 objections in 2018, after Roxanne Pallett falsely accused Ryan Thomas of hitting her.
It comes after Ashley, 32, said he was “massively proud” of his band’s Black Lives Matter dance routine after receiving a BAFTA nomination.
Appearing on Saturday night at the Jonathan Ross Show, the dancer tackled the impressive routine.
He told host Jonathan, 60, “It was controversial, it made a lot of people unhappy, but it also made a lot of people proud. It sparked a lot of conversations that needed to take place.
Proud: Diversity star Ashley Banjo, 32, said he was “just extremely proud” of her band’s Black Lives Matter dance routine after receiving a BAFTA nomination
He added: “This performance, it changed my life, it was amazing.
“To potentially win a Bafta for something that was controversial when it shouldn’t have been, it will be something that will stay with me for the rest of my life.”
Ashley also discussed the negative comments the routine received.
Speaking of the controversy, the beloved father said, “We thought it would ruffle a few feathers, but it wouldn’t be one of the most criticized moments of the decade.”
Important: Appearing on Saturday night on the Jonathan Ross Show, the dancer discussed the impressive routine, which took place during Britain’s Got Talent in September
He added: “The reaction, even to this day, the online reaction that I get daily is shocking, actually. But I would do it 100 times.
The star also confirmed to host Jonathan that ITV supports diversity.
“They supported him,” he said. “They ran full page ads in the press.
Touchingly, Ashley went on to reveal how much this moment meant to her own father.
“My dad, to see me kneel down in national newspapers across the country.
He told host Jonathan, 60: “It was controversial, it made a lot of people unhappy, but it also made a lot of people stand up and proud.”
‘He said: “I was young when they said no blacks, no dogs, no Irish and now I look at you in the national press”.
“He was really touched. It is progress. Just seeing his face.
Ashley also spoke about the call he received from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after the Diversity performance aired.
He said: “We had a very nice conversation. Made me somehow realize, long before their [Oprah] interview, they told me about some things and really opened my eyes to some of the things they had been through.
“I was like, wow, this is real and if anyone figured it out they did, about where I was, in the middle of a storm.
“It was basically the front page news for about three weeks. I still don’t really understand why.
“It was huge and people were talking about it. They said, “Look, we understand what it’s like to receive this kind of negativity.”
There was fury on Tuesday as Britain’s controversial Got Talent Black Lives Matter dance routine was shortlisted for a BAFTA after being nominated by ITV despite being the second-most televised moment. criticized for a decade.
Officials have been accused of pursuing a “wakened political agenda” by considering the dance for Virgin Media’s inescapable moment award, where it will now be put to a public vote alongside five other stages.
Powerful: Directed by Ashley, Diversity opened their performance by reciting a viral poem The Great Realization by singer Tomfoolery, about the BLM movement and police brutality