Jordan Banjo


Jordan Banjo is a presenter and dancer

Jordan Banjo is a dancer and presenter, best known for being an original member of the UK’s most iconic dance group, Diversity, and hosting Kiss Breakfast every morning alongside co-star Perri Kiely.

After winning the third series of Britain’s Got Talent with Diversity, Jordan has become one of the nation’s most beloved broadcasters.

Jordan has had multiple prime hosting roles, from the BBC’s The Greatest Dancer and Eat Well For Less, to ITV’s Digital Reporter for Dancing On Ice and Sky’s Got To Dance.

He starred in both the 2016 series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, and was subsequently the runner up on the 2023 All-Stars version of the show in South Africa.

Recently, Jordan has moved into the world of boxing presenting and competing. Working for DAZN, and aiming to get into the ring himself, it is no surprise that boxing runs in his veins, as his father, Funso Banjo, was a professional boxer himself.

Co-written with his brother Ashley Banjo, Jordan published his first children’s novel, Fly High Crew in 2021, and subsequently released the sequel, The Day We Saved The Future, in 2023.

Commercially, Jordan has worked with some of the UK’s most beloved brands, from Sky and Samsung, to Tesco and Nestle.

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