‘She’s not changing for anyone!’ BGT’s Ashley Banjo praised Amanda Holden’s Aware Live show when she hinted that she would “love” to return as the next series judge.
Britain’s Got Talent Judge Ashley Banjo has dropped her support for Amanda Holden’s Risky ਕਿ Live Show Look.
The diversity star, 31, insisted on the presentation, saying “49 is not changing for anyone” despite her sexy couple’s retaliation and complaints to the media watchdog Ofcom.
Ashley also hinted at ‘love’ to repeat her role as a judge on the BGT Judging Panel in the next series, breaking her back in a bicycle accident as she made her way to Simon Cowell for this year’s semifinals.
Scream! Britain’s Got Talent Judge Ashley Banjo has dropped her support behind Amanda Holden’s live show of witchcraft when she retaliated against the audience (pictured last year).
Asked if Amanda would take off her usual hurdles in this year’s semifinals, Ashley said: The sun He has no plans to reduce his appearance.
He said: ‘I don’t see Amanda changing for anyone, let me tell you. She looks good though, so you know, so go for it. ‘
In recent years, Amanda’s BGT live show has provoked outrage from viewers who claim they were exposing too much for pre-watershed television, with a 2017 singer reporting 216 complaints to Media Watchdog.
Change: The Variety Star insists the presentation is “not changing for anyone,” as he prepares to fill the judges’ panel for Simon Caval.
Too much! In recent years, Amanda’s BGT live show has angered viewers who claim to be appearing on pre-watershed television as well.
But Amanda always laughed angrily, telling The Sun last year: ‘My T * TS becomes the show’s biggest talking point every year.
“Obviously we have received a lot of complaints, but no one from home, let me know,” he said. ‘
Ashley has joined BGT’s judging panel to fill Simon’s back when he broke his back and was forced to shoot in the semifinals.
The dancer rose to prominence as part of the Dance Trap Diversity, which was named BGT Champion in 2009.
Interesting: Ashley also hinted at ‘love’ to repeat her role as a judge on the BGT Judging Panel in the next series after stepping up for Simon Cowell for this year’s semifinals.
In addition to choreographing diversity performances, Ashley has also appeared as a judge on Dance on Ice since 2018, and hinted that she will be open to returning to the BGT Judging Panel in 2021.
He said Mirror: ‘I have heard that Simon is planning to return to the live final but the broken back is not a minor injury. I would never say never decide the next series.
‘I love the show and would love to. I am now in BGT WhatsApp group. ‘
Ashley will join Amanda, Alesha Dixon and David Williams on the new social distance judging panel for the semifinals, which are already recorded for the first time in the show’s history.
The remaining 40 optimists will fight to make it to the grand finale, which will air live in October.
Britain’s Got Talent returns with the first semifinal on ITV on Saturday at 8pm.
Coming Soon: Britain’s Got Talent returns with the first semifinal on ITV on Saturday at 8pm