Best known for: Winning Britain’s Got Talent in 2009 with dance troupe Diversity. He and his brother Ashley were both members, and they have both since gone on to have successful TV careers. After going on I’m a Celebrity in 2016, Jordan became the backstage presenter for Dancing on Ice in 2018.
Jordan’s time on Britain’s Got Talent came before his current co-host Alesha Dixon became a judge, but dance troupe Diversity remain one of the most memorable winning acts of the ITV show, beating out favourite Susan Boyle in the final.
They returned to the show for a special performance during the 2017 grand final, and still tour as a group, performing all over the UK.
Jordan may not be judging The Greatest Dancer, but both he and co-host Alesha Dixon definitely have the knowledge to keep the acts on their toes backstage.