Alesha Dixon unsure of BGT future

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 5 June 2012
Alesha Dixon

Alesha Dixon

Alesha Dixon is unsure if she'll return to the next series of 'Britain's Got Talent' but admits she would be happy to if producers asked her

Alesha Dixon is unsure if she'll return to the next series of 'Britain's Got Talent'.

The former 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge made her debut on the panel of this year's show - alongside Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Amanda Holden - and while she loved doing it, she doesn't know if she'll do it again.

She said: "They have said they'd like me back but until I sign on that dotted line you just don't know.

"They have not asked me. I am not waiting for that phone call."

While she is unsure of her future, Alesha says she has no regrets about leaving her role on 'Strictly'.

She told The Sun newspaper: "I make decisions based on my gut instinct and it felt right. I have not got a bad word to say about 'Strictly', I loved everything about it during my time there.

"I embrace change though. I like to do new things and I think it is about evolving as a person."

Alesha also revealed she was happy with the winners of 'Britain's Got Talent' - dancing dog duo Ashleigh and Pudsey - but admits any of the final acts could have been victorious.

She said: "When we got to the final few I'd have been happy with Loveable Rogues winning or Jonathan and Charlotte. All of the judges said that was the beauty of the final - you thought every act was worthy of being there.

"At that point it is down to the public and they do not often get it wrong. So that is why I thought the right winner won.

"We all fell in love with Pudsey, the whole nation fell in love with the dog. It was genius and something different, unexpected and lovely. It goes deeper than 'Britain's Got Talent' as we are a nation who loves dogs.

"There are so many dogs in rescue homes. I think Ashleigh will be a great ambassador on the relationship you can have with an animal if you treat them well."

Alesha Dixon

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