ASHLEY Banjo has promised an explosive performance from dance group Diversity during Sunday's final of Britain's Got Talent.
It's been a decade since the group shot to fame on Simon Cowell's talent show and Ashley, 30, sent fans wild with an epic throwback snap on Instagram ahead of their return this weekend.
He wrote alongside the pic: "10 years ago we achieved the Impossible. 10 Years ago was the most life defining moment imaginable! And I'm still here doing what I love to do with the people I love the most.
"The greatest gift anyone could ask for… And that's thanks to all of the fans and people who have supported us over the years. I've been quiet online recently – just quietly working harder than ever in the background and I cannot wait to come back to @bgt this Sunday to show you all how much it means to us. Get ready…"
Loyal fans loved his post and one person commented: "You guys are amazin & very inspirational, Can't wait" as another said: "You were the best and always will be the best"
Diversity star Ashley led the dance troupe on BGT when they beat favourite Susan Boyle to be crowned season three champions in 2009.
They last returned to BGT in 2016 to take part in the show's ten-year anniversary.
In celebration of fans' favourite-ever acts, Ashley created a one-off collaboration performance including Ashleigh and Pudsey, George Sampson and Stavros Flatley.
"That was one of the biggest performances that's ever been," his brother Jordan Banjo told The Sun.
"People were raving about it and still watch it back now.
"It was such a celebration of the show and because that's where we came from it meant a lot to us. Now we're looking forward to our personal anniversary."
Speaking about their success, Ashley said he's taken it in his stride after selling more than half a million tickets for their ten-year Anniversary tour Born Ready.
"It's all been such a whirlwind but I can't imagine life any other way."
The eight-date show starts in September at Regent Theatre in Stoke-on-Trent.
Jordan hopes to give fans a taster of what to expect if they perform on Britain's Got Talent.
He said: "Throughout our ten years there's been a lot of good stuff and also some lows. There's always going to be tough times, not everything's perfect. I think to show that through performance to everyone would be incredible.
"I'm really excited to show everyone."
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