Jordan Banjo Net Worth: Let’s Dig Into This Person’s Lavish Life!

Jordan Banjo Net Worth

Jordan Banjo Net Worth

Diversity, a London-based street dance group, stunned the nation in 2009 with their ferocious and flawlessly executed performances on Britain’s Got Talent.

They swiftly rose to the top of the popularity polls because to their mesmerising acts, which included backflips and explosive storytelling.

There are ten members in the large dancing group, with most being brothers and long-term friends, including Jordan Banjo’s brother Ashley.

However, despite this, there are a few members who have not only been dancing for a long time, but have also gone on to pursue other careers and become well-known.

Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo is one of the stars of the showbiz world, alongside fellow Diversity dancer Perri Kiely.

As backstage presenters for the fourth series of Sky’s “Got to Dance,” they now both co-host Kiss FM’s weekday morning show.

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It was on 2016’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! that Jordan showed off his innate charisma and personality.

As the Viper, he recently appeared on the popular ITV game show The Masked Dancer.

His bank account has grown as a result of his efforts, and experts estimate that he is now worth anywhere from a few thousand pounds to over a million.

Away from the spotlight, Jordan is a family man who shares a home with Naomi Courts and the two children he has with his current partner, Cassius Ashley Banjo and Mayowa ‘Mimi’ Angel.

Jordan has opened out about how close he came to having to put his fiancée Naomi into a ‘induced coma’ when she was hospitalised twice with sepsis.

Jordan reportedly confessed to the Daily Mail that Naomi became’very unwell, really rapidly’ after the birth of their 15-month-old daughter Mimi in July 2019.

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