Image copyright Shutterstock image caption Ashley Banjo (left) also replaces Simon Cowell as judge The controversial Diversity routine on Britain 's Got Talent, which has sparked thousands of complaints, is vying for the must-see TV Baftas moment award. Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, the routine saw AshleyBanjo being kneeled by a policeman, a reference to the murder of George Floyd. Ofcom received 24,500 complaints regarding the segment, but said the program did not violate broadcast guidelines. Scenes from Bridgerton, Gogglebox and EastEnders are also up for the Bafta. Viewers have until 5:00 p.m. BST on May 24 vote for the winner - the only Bafta prize decided by the audience. The winner will be announced as part of the ceremony on June 6, which will be hosted by comedian Richard Ayoade for a second year. But unlike the year Last, the prizes will be held in person, at a location that has not yet been announced. Here is a guide to the competing shows and stages. DISCLAIMER: The six nominees are described below, revealing plot details on shows you may not have had a chance to watch yet. 1. Diversity on Britain 's Got Talent Image copyright Dymond / Thames / Syco / Shutterstock The performance of Diversity was their interpretation of the events of 2020, and in particular the Black Lives Matter protests following the murder of George Floyd by now-jailed police Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis last May. It was set to a mix of powerful music and used the viral poem, The Great Realization, to describe the coronavirus pandemic as well as the BLM movement. A total of 24,500 people complained about the routine, which saw the lead dancer and BGT judge, Ashley Banjo being kneeled by a white performer, a reference to George Floyd's murder. Banjo said that Diversity wanted to express how this year's events made us feel . 2. Bridgerton - Lady Whistledown is revealed right d 'image author LIAM DANIEL / NETFLIX image caption Bridgerton's second set is currently in production After a gripping first series of Netflix's scorching costumed drama, mysterious high-society gossip columnist Lady Whistledown, who powers the narrative, was finally unmasked. Voiced by Dame Julie Andrews, the writer stirred the London aristocracy by revealing their innermost secrets in her scandal sheet, while keeping her identity con closed. But in the last episode, a dramatic flashback revealed her true identity to viewers. A ploy to trick her as she was printing her last letter was foiled by Eloise Bridgerton, who believed Geneviève Delacroix was the writer. But when Eloise discovered that Geneviève had an alibi, she realized that the mystery remained. Then, in a dramatic flashback, Lady Whistledown was seen escaping in her car, before she took off her hood to show her face. 3. EastEnders - Gray kills Chantelle caption of the image Gray Atkins (Toby Alexander-Smith) and Chantelle Atkins (Jessica Plummer) in EastEnders The character of the soap Gray Atkins had physically and psychologically abused his wife Chantelle for years. But Chantelle finally found the courage to stand up to her husband. Humiliated, Gray refused to let Chantelle go and, in a violent brawl, murdered her. In the scene, a terrified but determined Chantelle forced Gray to listen as she told him she was leaving and taking the children with her. After frankly stating that she was no longer theredying of him, the scene reached its heartbreaking end. A provocative Chantelle yelled at Gray to get out of her way. Humiliated, he refused to let her go, resulting in her tragic death. 4. Gogglebox - Reactions to Boris Johnson's press conference image copyright Channel 4 caption of the image 'image Giles and Mary are among the contributors who appear regularlyrely on Gogglebox In this particular episode of the Channel 4 show, the nation's wheelchair critics have given their thoughts on when Boris Johnson returned to work after his battle against Covid-19 and laid out his government's plans to combat the spread of the disease. They became increasingly intrigued by the lockdown measures while debating the need for caution over their desire to go down to the pub. 5. Nigelle: Cook, eat, repeat - 'Mee-cro-wah-vay ' image caption Nigella Lawson has a very special way of doing things, which includes unusual ways of pronouncing kitchen appliances The Scene: Self-proclaimed domestic goddess Nigella Lawson was busy in her kitchen making delicious sounding brown butter colcannon. While talking to the camera in her unique Nigella way, she walked past to the mashed potatoes step, and gave viewers a peek inside the pan. While adding some milk, she turned towards the camera and ... baffled everyone with an unusual pronunciation. I'm aiming for a solid dough on this step, but I still need to add a bit of milk that I reheated in the mee-cro-wah-vay (it's a microwave for the rest of'between us). So Nigella. 6. The Mandalorian - Luke Skywalker appears > /> -class >>>>> image copyright Lucasfilm Ltd. image caption Grogu is a baby of the same species as the Star Wars character Yoda Baby Yoda - aka Grogu - was rescued in the series finale of The Mandalorian, but the main character and his allies were still trappedaboard Moff Gideon's spaceship with the Imperial Dark Troopers closing in. Out of nowhere, a lone X-wing Starfighter appeared and landed in the ship's docking bay. The enemy droids turned to meet the newcomer - a mysterious black-clad hooded figure who, wielding a green lightsaber, quickly chopped them to pieces. With the Dark Troopers gone, the Mandalorian ordered the armored doors open and the dark figure entered. As he lowered his hood, the audience gasped - it was young Luke Skywalker, recreated with CGI, who had arrived to take Grogu into his custody. Follow us on Facebook or on Twitter @ Hfrance.frNewsEnts . If you have a story suggestion email: [email protected] .