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The interest has been phenomenal.' When I ask Ashley what percentage of this new interest would be from the opposite sex, he laughs and says: 'About 99 per cent. I've heard there's some pretty racy stuff on the internet about me, but I haven't Googled yet, I'm far too innocent!
I'm not going to be spinning on my head when I'm 50, but as a qualified scientist I can always earn a living.
'My brother Jordan, who is also in Diversity, plans to train as an accountant.' Victory: Diversity celebrate their success after being named the winners of Saturday night's Britain's Got Talent The parents who have instilled these values into Ashley, Jordan, 16, and their 15-year-old sister Dalisa are Danielle and Funso Banjo, who each run a successful business and were proudly cheering their sons on from the audience on Saturday night.
I was brought up to believe it's cool to be clever - I'm proud of my A grades, not embarrassed by them.' Mother Danielle is a former dancer with the Royal Ballet and is now Diversity's manager while father Funso is a former heavyweight boxer who was once rated a hotter prospect than Frank Bruno.
Twenty years ago the couple invested their savings in a dance school in Essex which, today, is a thriving business and where Ashley also teaches at evenings and weekends.
Not surprisingly, since Diversity's first appearance on Britain's Got Talent the school has been inundated with calls from kids who want to dance like the group - and the school has to place disappointed wannabes on a waiting list.
With Ashley's model good looks, muscular body and dazzling smile, it isn't a big shock to learn the majority of the inquiries are coming from smitten women.
Ashley firmly believes that coming from his two-parent, loving home in Wickford, Essex, has shaped him into the confident, bright and articulate man he is today.
In the coming months Diversity have a UK tour to plan and rehearse for countless media interviews and, of course, that much-lauded performance in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance in November.
As if all that wasn't hectic enough, group choreographer Ashley Banjo, 20, also has to find the time to study for his masters degree in physics and biology - something he considers every bit as important as his new-found fame and dancing for royalty.