JORDAN Banjo praised his kids and pet dogs for helping him through Diversity's 'negative' BLM routine backlash.
The raw performance received over a staggering 10,000 complaints from furious viewers.
The performance on Britain's Got Talent, which saw Jordan's brother Ashley lying on the floor with a white police officer kneeling on him, referenced the death of George Floyd in the US.
There were also backing dancers performing dressed in riot gear and the group took the knee during the performance.
Jordan, 27, took to Instagram to share some adorable photos with his two children and pet dogs and thanked them for helping him through this challenging time.
He penned: "Through all the negativity, there’s things in life you know you have to stay positive for, things that you know make everything worth it❤️."
The dancer grinned from ear to ear as he sat on the kitchen floor with his baby boys in both arms as they happily played with the dogs.
Fans flooded the comments to support Jordan as one wrote: "Not everyone is against you. There’s so many people who are proud of what you guys did on Saturday night. Hold your head high. You did good."
Another added: "They are so proud of you and have the best role model they will ever need. Love you jord 🖤 x"
While a third fan posted: "Stay strong and positive. You all are true role models and I will forever have your back. ♥️"
Diversity’s powerful performance is now the second most complained about TV moment in a decade.
Jordan's older brother Ashley revealed earlier this week that he had received a barrage of abuse over the performance.
But the show's stand-in judge thanked his critics for proving that it was a necessary performance.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "So much to say… But I’ll Just let the performance talk. Thousands of messages of Love and support – Thank you.
"For the thousands of messages of hate and ignorance – Thank you. You highlight exactly what needs to change. Sending nothing but love to you all."
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