Jordan Banjo revealed a very embarrassing moment that happened to him before he had a vasectomy last month.
The Diversity dancer, 30, spoke during an interview on Loose Women on Monday about his experience with the procedure, which involved cutting the tubes that carry a man’s sperm to prevent pregnancy.
The Britain’s Got Talent winner revealed he misunderstood the nurse’s instructions to undress and “took off his trousers”, but the nurse had only meant for him to take off his coat
Jordan detailed the hilarious story, saying, “Let me set the scene.” I walk into the doctor’s office and the nurse says come with me to the nurse’s room which is next to the operating room.
She said “OK if you want to undress”. So in my mind I’m just like Jord, just be confident and don’t be nervous about it.
‘It was awful’: Jordan Banjo revealed on Loose Women on Monday the embarrassing moment he misunderstood a nurse and ‘pulled his pants down to his ankles’ after misunderstood a nurse before undergoing a vasectomy
Uncomfortable! The Diversity dancer, 30, talked about the procedure of cutting the tubes that carry a man’s sperm to prevent pregnancy
‘I’m wearing a wool hat and a coat and the first thing I thought of taking off was my trousers. So I just pulled them down.
With my pants around my ankles, the nurse said, “Uh, I meant your coat.” I had to clumsily pull them back up and go to the next room. It was horrible.’
To break the news that he had the procedure, Jordan posted a lighthearted video of himself stumbling back to his car after the vasectomy.
He continued, “When I posted the video to Instagram, initially a lot of people were well done for starting the conversation.
“I actually just put it out because I thought it was funny, not that I was sending a message. I think it’s weird that there’s a stigma around it because between me and my friends and my wife there’s none.
“Me and my wife had a talk and for us as permanent birth control it felt much less invasive, much easier and a much easier recovery time.
“It’s reversible and it was my idea. I managed it and was in and out within half an hour.’
Jordan posted the video of him tenderly walking back to his car after the procedure while his wife Naomi Courts, who is currently pregnant with their third child, filmed him.
‘I just pulled them down’: In an attempt to feel ‘confident’, the Britain’s Got Talent winner ‘took his pants off while in the wrong room’ at the doctor
Setting the scene: Jordan detailed the hilarious story explaining how he walked into the nurse’s office and she said, “Okay if you want to undress”
He said, ‘So in my mind I’m just like Jord, be confident and don’t be nervous about it. I have on a wool hat and a coat and the first thing I thought to take off was my trousers. So I just pulled them down’
He continued, “With my pants around my ankles, the nurse said, “Um, I meant your coat”. I had to clumsily pull them back up and go to the next room. It was horrible.’
Naomi was heard laughing as Jordan gave a seemingly forced smile before asking him if he was okay, to which he nervously replied “yes.”
When Naomi then asked him if he was sure everything was okay, he said “yes, positively” before insisting that the procedure wasn’t “bad.”
Laughing, he explained, “The pain is not the problem. The problem is when you’re so scared that you have a nipple instead of a penis between your legs and the nurse tries to stick it on your stomach but there’s not much to stick so she actually puts a piece of tape on it. ‘
Looking a bit pained, Naomi then said, “In you get hun,” as Jordan very carefully lowered himself into the car.
Jordan also shared a black and white selfie of himself with his Stories with his hoodie pulled over his face as he wrote, “It’s a tender morning.”
Britain’s Got Talent star Jordan’s wife Naomi is currently pregnant with their third child and they announced their happy news in October.
At the time, he shared an adorable shot with Naomi outside their home as their kids Cassius, four, and Mimi, three, rocked her baby bump.
He captioned the shot, “TRICK OR TREAT! We are expecting 2 (more) tiny feet! baby number 3 due in April 2023.’
The dancer also shared a sweet selfie of the couple with their ultrasound picture as he wrote, “The Banjo family grows even more❤️ Baby number 3 is on the way.”
The couple, who tied the knot in August 2022, are also parents to son Cassius Ashley and daughter Mayowa ‘Mimi’ Angel.
Candid: To break the news that he had the procedure, Jordan posted a lighthearted video of himself stumbling back to his car after the vasectomy
Expecting: Britain’s Got Talent star Jordan’s wife Naomi is currently pregnant with their third child and they revealed their happy news in October
Jordan announced his engagement to Naomi in January 2020 when he proposed during a trip to the Maldives after nearly five years together.
Speaking to The Sun, he said: “I don’t like the idea of Mimi being a little flower girl and Cas being a pageboy at all.
“It will be really nice to have them at the wedding because not everyone has kids at the wedding, normally they come after that. I’m super excited.
‘At Diversity everyone had children after getting married, we did it the other way around.’
Jordan and Naomi met in 2013 at the famous Sugar Hut nightclub in Essex, but started a relationship two years later.
In January 2018, the couple revealed they were expecting their first child together, with the Essex beauty admitting she had taken ‘nine pregnancy tests’ out of shock.
She said ok! at the time, “I wanted to make sure, so I went out and bought eight more tests. I sat with them in front of me on the bathroom floor and stared at them in disbelief.
“We’ve always said we wanted kids together, but we didn’t think it would happen so soon. But we’re over the moon!’
Jordan rose to fame in 2009 when he won Britain’s Got Talent with older brother Ashley as part of their dance troupe Diversity.
What is a vasectomy and what are the risks?
A vasectomy, or male sterilization, is a procedure to cut the tubes that carry a man’s sperm to permanently prevent pregnancy without further contraception.
It can usually be done under local anesthesia and takes about 15 minutes, according to the NHS.
The procedure is usually only performed on older men, and surgeons are often reluctant to perform it on people under 30 in case they regret it later.
The NHS lists potential complications as an accumulation of blood in the scrotum (haematoma), hard lumps called sperm granulomas (caused by sperm leaking from the tubes) or infection.
Prolonged testicular pain is another possible complication, which may require further surgery.
The percentage of men who experience this pain is debated, with different figures cited by different sources.