Alesha Dixon


‘I eat every two to three hours’: Alesha Dixon shares her strict diet

Alesha Dixon eats “every two to three hours”. The ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge has shared her diet and fitness regimes to maintain her “lean” figure, including chowing down on a healthy variety of foods at regular intervals. The mother-of-two – who has Azura, eight, and Anaya, two, with husband Azuka...

Britain's Got Talent's Alesha Dixon signs up for new reality TV role

Britain's Got Talent's Alesha Dixon has signed up for Simon Cowell's new ITV musical game show Walk the Line. She joins comedian Dawn French and musician Craig David, as well as Gary Barlow as judges on the new show, which is set to debut later this year. Hosted by Glow...

Alesha Dixon: 'My first trip abroad was when I was 18, to Brunei, with Mis-Teeq'

Generally speaking, I like to do something in the summer holidays because my eldest daughter Azura gets quite a long time off school, so we like to break it up. I absolutely love to go away just after Christmas. It’s always lovely being abroad for New Year. Occasionally, we might sneak in a weekend to Jersey or visit some friends of ours in Spain for a few days each year.

How does Alesha Dixon look so glowy all the time?

We spoke to the presenter about her secrets to glossy hair and flawless skin. From supplements to skincare, here are her top picks. Whether you know Alesha Dixon, 42, from her days in girl band Misteeq, for her role as a judge on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent or for her winning turn on BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing, chances are you’ll have admired her glowing skin and glossy hair a fair few times.

Alesha Dixon: 'We Always Have Fun With Fashion In This House'

Today, Alesha Dixon launches her first childrenswear collection exclusively for George at Asda, featuring 34 bold, uplifting and gender-fluid pieces for boys and girls from 2 – 10 years old. The range is available online and in selected stores. We caught up with Alesha - mother to daughters Azura and Anaya - ahead of the launch...
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Sunday with Alesha Dixon: ‘We head to the woods with our rescue dogs’

What time are you up? If my mum’s kind enough to have the children, we’ll be up at 9, 9.30am – which is now considered a lie-in. Breakfast or brunch? We always have a good breakfast and an early-ish dinner, around 3pm. But we’re a no-set-rules kind of family. Nothing’s set in stone.