Ashley Banjo Opens Up On The Criticism He Received For Diversity’s BGT Performance | This Morning

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It’s been more than a year since Ashley Banjo was thrust into the centre of the Black Lives Matter movement, after Diversity’s performance on Britain’s Got Talent became one of the most complained about moments in OFCOM history. In celebration of Black History month, Ashley is exploring why it caused such controversy in a new ITV documentary ‘Ashley Banjo: Britain in Black and White’. The Dancing on Ice judge joins us to reveal how race and racism has impacted on his life and that of his family and friends.

Broadcast on 19/10/21

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