Alesha Dixon Teases Mis-Teeq Reunion? 'Britain's Got Talent' Hints At A 'Scandalous' Comeback

So, so, SO scandalous.

Alesha Dixon has sparked a buzz among her fans, with an Instagram post, hinting that a Mis-Teeq reunion could be on the cards.

The ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge had her followers up in arms on Friday afternoon (1 April), when she teased that she could be getting back together with her former bandmates, Su-Elise Nash and Sabrina Washington.

Sharing a throwback photo of the group at their peak, she wrote: “It's the Mis-Teeq ladies, we're coming back strong!”

"It's the Mis-Teeq ladies, we're coming back strong!" 🎤

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The photo’s caption references a lyric from the Mis-Teeq track ‘B With Me’, but has also prompted fans to wonder if the trio could be about to reform (something we’re definitely in favour of).

And yes, we know the photo was uploaded on 1 April, but it did appear on her Instagram page after 12pm, suggesting it's no April Fool's joke.

During their time together, Mis-Teeq released two top 10 albums here in the UK, which spawned hit singles like ‘All I Want’, ‘One Night Stand’ and, of course, the group’s signature hit, ‘Scandalous’.

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Since their split in 2005, both Su-Elise and Sabrina have appeared on the reality show ‘I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here’, as well as enjoying success as solo artists.

Su-Elise collaborated with Lethal Bizzle on his track ‘Going Out Tonight’ back in 2009, while Sabrina got the thumbs up from pop fans with her debut single ‘OMG’ in 2010.

Alesha, meanwhile, has gone on to household name status, revitalising her pop career when she appeared on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.

Off the back of ‘Strictly’, she released a string of hit tracks, including the ear-worm ‘The Boy Does Nothing’ and the more introspective ‘Breathe Slow’, though her most recent offering, ‘The Way We Are’ didn’t exactly set the charts alight here in Britain.

Sorry, but does this photo want to be a bit more 2002? We are LIVING
Sorry, but does this photo want to be a bit more 2002? We are LIVING
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If they were to reform, though, Mis-Teeq wouldn’t be the only UK girl group coming back to the pop scene, with All Saints currently being lauded by critics for their comeback single, ‘One Strike’.

There’s also currently a lot of speculation about whether the Spice Girls are on the verge of reforming, as 2016 marks 20 years since the release of their breakthrough single, ‘Wannabe’.

HuffPost UK has contacted a representative for Alesha for comment.

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