Ashley Banjo positively reflected her time as a judge on Britain’s Got Talent, ending the series in a positive – and highly controversial – way.
The 32-year-old choreographer branded one of the best experiences of the past few weeks as she shared some of her experiences with fellow judges Alessa Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Williams on Instagram on Sunday. [his] Life ‘.
The star’s post came just weeks after her performance with Dance Troop Diversity, in which a moment inspired by police brutality and Black Lives Matter drew record-breaking viewers’ complaints to Ofcom.
BGT: Ashley Banjo (front) on Sunday had a positive reflection on her time with Britain’s Got Talent, as she (LR) spread herself with Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Williams.
In the title of the film, Ashley, who rose to fame with variety after winning the BBT in 2009, writes: ‘Funny thing is where life can take you when you expect it!
‘It was one of the best experiences of my life to be able to fully return to the show that it started … and to make true friends with it …’
Addressing John Cortney, this year’s winner, he continued: ‘Congratulations @ you are a good producer in Joncourt, my friend.
Performance: The star’s post came just weeks after her performance with Dance Troop Diversity, which attracted a record-breaking number of viewers’ complaints to Ofcom.
‘I have done well for the other contestants and thank you to those who have supported me and those diversity_officials over the past few weeks and expressed their love. This has been the special #BGT # next textbook.
Ashley was drafted in eleven hours as a judge to replace Simon Cowell, who returned to his home in Malibu, California after a bike accident.
During Saturday night’s finale, comedian Nabil Abdulrash was seen laughing at Ashley Diversity’s recent offcom allegations in response to his routine.
The talent judge, 32, told virtual viewers that he ‘knows what it’s like to get a few complaints’ after Nabil joked about the show’s most-complained program about the show’s decade-long TV show.
Defender: Ashley Diversity’s latest offcom allegations were laughed out loud in Britain’s Got Talent final on Saturday when she responded to comedian Nabil Abdulrashid’s routine.
During his routine, the comedian returned to the critics with 7333 offcom complaints and diversity of 24,500 for his previous performances.
In her performance on Saturday, Nabil began her acting career by addressing her and Diversity’s offcom allegations.
Referring to climate change and the people who have complained, he said: ‘How do you explain so much snowfall in October?’ He added that he was surprised that the complainants were even able to write.
Talking about his own offcom drama, he said: ‘This is what bothers me, what did I say to object to someone?
Complaints: Ashley told virtual viewers that she knew if she wanted to make a few complaints’ Nabil Abdulsheed joked about the show’s record of complaints in the film
‘Do you think I came here and said something really inflammatory like Winston Churchill? However, he was! ‘
After the routine, Ashley said: ‘I know what it feels like to get a few complaints! Two reactions You can react, you can bend the pressure or you can be unprepared yourself. And it’s pretty clear to me which one you choose!
‘It’s not even about being black, it’s about being you unexpectedly. It’s really interesting what Alesha said, almost afraid of what you’re going to say.
‘In a way, I’m sitting here and I’m like,’ Why would a comedian be afraid to laugh in our own way, in our own style? ‘ I’m like, “What, because some people might object?” No way, I’m proud! ‘
Response: In response to her performance, Ashley said of Diversity’s 24,500 offcom complaints, ‘I know what it’s like to get some complaints!’
Fellow Judge Amanda Holden also spoke about her response to the show after a bold gown spread 235 allegations.
Ashley’s joke was a reference to her dance group Diversity’s Sept. 5 routine, which received 24,500 complaints from broadcaster Surveillance Ofcom.
ITV ‘stood with diversity’ as they advertised in national newspapers in support of the performance, and Ofcom announced that it would not investigate the allegations.
Ashley, the leader of the party, has a white man’s knee to his neck in the wake of the death of black man George Floyd earlier this year.
Routine: Referring to climate change and the people who have complained, he said: ‘How would you explain so much snowfall in October?’
Nabil’s semifinals received 7333 complaints objecting to Britain’s Got Talent routine, which saw him tackle racism in his acting.
The 35-year-old funny man tied the judges up with his performance that made him joke about racism and at one point mocked his ‘white liberal leftist friend’ for telling him to ‘forget to be black’ so he didn’t want to be a victim of racism. .
During his performance, he also said: ‘People will observe that they think Black Lives Matter is making jokes about stop and search among the boys.
‘No, it’s a joke to be fat. Big Nasty and I are both fat, we are both very black. Don’t throw the boys on the race card! ‘
Support: ITV ‘stood by diversity’ as it ran ads in national newspapers in support of the routine, and Ofcom announced that it would no longer investigate allegations.
The judges were impressed by her performance, with 40-year-old Alesha commenting: ‘I really enjoyed it, the reason I chose you as my Golden Market is because you are quite spiritual, you are different and you are that person.
“It’s okay to feel a little uncomfortable with comedy, I think that’s the joke, and I think you’re very brave about being involved in racism, very serious at the moment.”
He added: “I think we should all laugh a little more and have so much fun, it was great.”
Ashley, who recently admitted that she and her co-diversity members were racistly tortured after calling the show and Nabil’s performance in the first assistant final a ‘legend’.
Where it all started: Ashley and her variety dance troupe returned to fame in 2009 as the winners of Britain’s Got Talent, filmed shortly after their victory at IT ITV’s London studio.
After reaching the final, Nabil became emotional and claimed that he was happy because ‘a lot has happened’ because he represented a lot of people.
After Nabil Tweeted after the show: ‘Funny how I made fun of Lefty but still they aren’t wishing me death or abusing me … Hmmm who was Snowflake again?’
He further wrote: ‘I promise in my finals not to make any jokes about racism or Islamophobia if I don’t experience any racism or Islamophobia at the moment.
‘Do they want to complain? Okay, I’ll give them something to complain about .. tune in to the enemy. ‘
Complaints: Britain’s Got Talent became the biggest complaint about this decade’s TV show after receiving 235 offcom complaints about Amonder’s racist attire (pictured).
Britain’s Got Talent has received the most complaints about TV shows of the decade.
The series, which ended on Saturday, saw 2 Cele, 6 of whom made official complaints to the media regulator, the most complained about the show before, this amount higher than the celebrity Big Brother.
25,372 people protested offcom on the now defunct Channel 5 reality show after actress Roxanne was falsely accused of beating palette actor Ryan Thomas to death.
In Saturday’s finale, musical comic John Curten became the first Golden Market actor in Britain’s Got Talent.
Winner! In Saturday’s final, musical comic Zone Courtney became the first Golden Bazaar actor to win Britain’s Got Talent.