Britain’s Got Talent star Alesha Dixon teases new music

Britain’s Got Talent star Alesha Dixon has teased the release of new music.

The TV judge, who was part of girl group Mis-Teeq until their split in 2005, has taken to social media to reveal her expected return to the microphone.

Alesha gave fans a snippet of her new song in an Instagram post on Friday (May 3), which also featured clips from her recent trip to Jamaica.

Caption: “It’s shaping up to be a situation!” Alesha teased the song’s name with the hashtags “#RANSOM” and “#kingstonjamaica.”

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Fans were quick to share their excitement in the comments, with one writing: “Yes yes yes! It’s been ages since new music! Can’t wait for this.”

“Omg omg omg yes yes yes this is so good! I can’t wait to hear the whole song now! I hope you do some promos because you deserve all the success,” another added, while a third said: “I’m gonna put it on usssssssss,” alongside a clapping emoji.

Alesha released her debut solo album Fired Up in 2006, featuring the singles ‘Lipstick’ and ‘Knockdown’. Her second album The Alesha Show followed in 2008, which was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry.

The record, which also earned her a BRIT Award nomination, featured some of the singer’s most famous songs, including ‘The Boy Does Nothing’ and ‘Breathe Slow’.

Alesha Dixon, judge for Great BritainAlesha Dixon, judge for Great Britain

Melody Berkery – ITV

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Alesha’s most recent albums, The Entertainer and Do It for Love, debuted in 2010 and 2015 respectively.

The TV personality recently returned with Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Bruno Tonioli for the latest season of BGT. We’ve already seen four acts get a coveted spot in the live semi-finals, the last of which is a dance act.

After performing a flawless and energetic dance routine, Japanese dance group CyberAgent Legit received a standing ovation before Simon pressed the Golden Buzzer.

Britain’s Got Talent airs on ITV1 and ITVX.

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