‘I’d be shocked’ Diversity's Jordan Banjo rubbishes Britain’s Got Talent 'fix’ claims

Jordan, who has recently started to front the BBC series Eat Well For Less, after stepping into former presenter Gregg Wallace’s shoes, was also keen to dismiss suggestions that established acts should be banned from the show.

Previously, scandals have erupted over existing acts auditioning alongside inexperienced hopefuls, which some insist is “unfair” to newcomers.

Comedian Axel Blake already had his own show on Amazon Prime when he appeared on BGT, causing outrage

Meanwhile, Japanese magician Keiichi Iwasaki had already auditioned in three other countries for shows within the Got Talent franchise.

source: express.co.uk