“Alesha's got me right there if she needs me… I’ve got a mouthguard and a hot towel ready.”
The judge wore the eye-catching jewellery after Diversity’s powerful BLM-inspired routine sparked over 20,000 complaints to Ofcom.
Troupe leader Ashley Banjo recently shared shocking examples of racist abuse he's received since the performance aired.
Piers Morgan has voiced his support for Diversity’s BLM-themed performance on Britain’s Got Talent, after the dance troupe’s performance received thousands of complaints. Diversity’s routine, inspired by the events of 2020, included references to the killing of George Floyd, and the following global protests.
The Britain's Got Talent star has insisted she "never threatened to quit" the show.
The dance troupe leader insisted: "A lot of the negativity shows exactly why this performance was needed."
The media regulator has received over 1000 complaints since Saturday's performance, which won widespread praise from viewers.
The routine featured a police officer kneeling on lead dancer Ashley Banjo and the group taking a knee.
Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan, Davina McCall and Dermot O'Leary have also paid tribute to the comedian.
The pair came close to quitting the ITV talent show in 2012, as they were unhappy with how little of them was being shown on screen.