Ashley Banjo choreographed, produced and directed the tour.

Taking to her Twitter page last week, his girlfriend of one year shared a series of sweet throwback pictures of the pair hanging out together.

Alongside one photograph, she said in the caption: "Really missing Jordy today never a dull moment when he's around, forever making me laugh or smile." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Really missing Jordy today ❀️ never a dull moment when he's around, forever making me laugh or smile πŸ˜„πŸ˜ 2 weeks down, 2 to go!

He pulled a ligament in his leg during the 2nd run of diverisitoys which made him unable to perform on the last two shows of Diversity's Christmas tour.

In 2012 Diversity did their first arena tour called "Digitized – Trapped In The Game".

Not a lot of people know this but I'm very good at… I did physics and biology at university so if dancing wasn't my thing, I'd definitely want to be a scientist.

I have two best friends - my little brother Jordan and little sister Talisa.

Ashley grew up in Wickford, Essex with his younger brother, Jordan and his sister Talisa Banjo. Having completed his first two years, he took a break from studying to concentrate on his dancing in the year following winning BGT.

He said that "from the age of 14, I started to teach myself routines".

All the judges heavily praised their performances throughout the competition, with Ashley's choreography being described by Amanda Holden as "genius".

In the final referring to their winning performance, judge Simon Cowell said "If I was going to give marks on that, that is the only performance tonight I would give a 10 to." After receiving "yes" votes from all three judges in their audition, Diversity went on to compete in the first semi-final on 24 May, losing the public vote-decided first place to Susan Boyle but winning the judges' vote against Natalie Okri.

In 2013 Ashley choreographed a third tour for Diversity called Limitless. In 2015, he presented Perspectives: Michael Jackson's Thriller with Ashley Banjo.