Alesha Dixon

The Britain's Got Talent star turned the clock back to her Mis-Teeq days with a special performance during the Song Contest's first live broadcast.
Alesha said it was an "honour" to be able to put the inclusive performing group Chicken Shed through to the next stage of the contest.
The comic will not be returning to the BGT panel after recordings of him making explicit and disparaging remarks about auditionees were leaked in the press.
A mix of British and Ukrainian stars will be hosting the event in Liverpool later this year.
Bruno Tonioli has officially joined the panel, replacing David Walliams as a BGT judge.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, things have been working a little differently to usual this time around.
Despite the pandemic, the Britain's Got Talent judge is having her busiest year yet.
“Alesha's got me right there if she needs me… I’ve got a mouthguard and a hot towel ready.”
The judge wore the eye-catching jewellery after Diversity’s powerful BLM-inspired routine sparked over 20,000 complaints to Ofcom.
The Britain's Got Talent star has insisted she "never threatened to quit" the show.