Alesha Dixon hopes for Mis-Teeq reformation
'Strictly Come Dancing' judge Alesha Dixon has revealed it is ''more of possibility'' Mis-Teeq will get back together at some stage
Alesha Dixon believes it's "more of possibility" Mis-Teeq will get back together.
The 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge - who formed the band with Su-Elise Nash and Sabrina Washington in 1999 - has revealed the 'Scandalous' hitmakers are keen to sit down and "chat" about reforming.
Speaking at the launch of her new class, Small Group Training, for gym chain LA Fitness, she told BANG Showbiz: "Weirdly because people started the rumour it got us all talking, and we were all like I wonder if it came from Su-Elise's camp, I wonder if it came from Sabrina's camp? And it didn't came from any of us but it's actually got us all talking"
"It's more of a possibility now. Who knows? We always said never say never."
The band split in 2005 after six years together, and have since pursued solo careers and television opportunities.
However, due to hectic schedules, Alesha - who won 'Strictly Come Dancing' in 2007 before being named as a judge on the BBC One show in 2009 - hinted that it may be a while before a reconciliation takes place.
She added: "It's not set in stone because we're all busy. Su-Elise is running a stage school, and I'm going to Japan and Australia with my new album 'The Entertainer' next month.
"But we have said we'll all get together when we're back and have a chat about it."
LA Fitness and Alesha Dixon have launched Small Group Training nationwide - go to http://www.lafitness.co.uk/sgt/ for more information.