Alesha Dixon serves as a judge on NBC's "America's Got Talent: The Champions" as well as eight seasons on the UK's "Britain's Got Talent" and "Britain's Got Talent: The Champions."
In addition to her "Got Talent" judging duties, Dixon is a singer/songwriter, author, host, model, philanthropist, entrepreneur and fashion designer.
Dixon rose to fame as founding member of the girl group Mis-Teeq. The BRIT-nominated, MOBO Award-winning group scored seven Top 10 singles and released two double-platinum-selling albums. She’s also featured in the iconic N.E.R.D. music video "She Wants to Move."
In 2007, Dixon won the hit BBC show "Strictly Come Dancing," receiving the highest marks ever. She would return as a judge for three seasons.
Dixon signed a solo deal in 2008 with Atlantic Records and released the platinum-selling album "The Alesha Show," which included the hits "The Boy Does Nothing," "Breathe Slow" and "Let’s Get Excited." The disc garnered a BRIT nomination and was followed by a sold-out UK tour and three further albums.
Dixon became a judge in 2012 on "Britain's Got Talent." Her first season was a great success, with "BGT" having its best ratings year, and she has since remained as a judge.
Dixon is a host on the hit BBC show "The Greatest Dancer" and in 2017 signed a book deal. Her hugely popular children's series "Lightning Girl" became the biggest middle grade debut of 2018.