Alesha Dixon won't leave Britain's Got Talent
'Britain's Got Talent' judge Alesha Dixon has confessed she never wants her time on the ITV show to come to an end.
Alesha Dixon won't leave her judging role on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The 36-year-old presenter and singer has confessed she loves starring on the panel alongside Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and David Walliams and will stay part of the ITV talent show for as long as the producers will have her because it is her "dream job".
She said: "At this point in my career it's about the things I love. Doing 'Britain's Got Talent' is one of the best jobs in the world and I'll do it for as long as they want me."
The raven-haired beauty - who has just released her latest single 'Just the Way We Are' - is sure she can juggle the demands of her pop career and the judging role.
She said: "In this day and age you can do a bit of everything. I just don't want to be put in a box, like, 'This is what you do and that's it.' There's no reason you can't do TV and music."
Alesha joined the show in 2012 following a stint on the panel of 'Strictly Come Dancing' and credits the low points in her early career - including poor record sales for her album 'Fired Up' and being dropped from her music label - for making her appreciate everything that she's got now.
She said: "It's taught me to appreciate every moment. I'm lucky to have had down moments in the business, to have been let go from labels, to have experienced both the good sides and the bad sides of the industry. I don't take it for granted and, after 15 years, I still love it. That's a blessing.
"When you're young in the business you worry about everything. If your single doesn't get in the top ten you think your life is over. At my age I'm aware there are so many bad things happening in the world and so much suffering. I have a dream job and should never forget that."