Published On: Sat, Aug 31st, 2019

Alesha Dixon Style: Britains Got Talent judge opts for Gareth Pugh halterneck

Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon, 40, looked blooming and beautiful as she showed off her baby bump in an unmissable dress on Saturday. The singer and TV presenter, who is expecting her second child, opted for a Gareth Pugh halter neck to make her mark on the first of six Champions episodes. Letting her statement dress take all the attention, Alesha scraped her dark locks into a no fuss, high bun style. This meant her red and black flared handkerchief dress, which was strapless, took all the limelight.

The two-toned colours were modernistic and geometric in design, with a star print featured at the top.

The high hemline at the front of the gown showed off Alesha’s toned legs, while the longer side panels gave an alternative, flattering edge.

The silky, light fabric flowed around he body in a flattering, sophisticated fashion.

It would have also proved a savvy choice for the star, who was filming the scenes amid a summer heatwave in the UK.

Alesha revealed on her Instagram page her gown was created by British fashion designer, Gareth Pugh.

She wrote: “Wearing @garethpughstudio for @bgt Champions! Can’t wait for you to see the show!”

Fans were quick to comment on her look, with one putting: “QUEEEEN.”

Another added: “Love you queeen.”

The star accessorised with her signature bold earrings and natural make-up.

Ever on trend, she made sure to pair the dress with red high heels.

Meanwhile, Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions will see both finalists and winners of the show battle it out to be crowned the ultimate champion.

A whole host of memorable acts have travelled to Wembley Arena for this year’s show including Paul Potts, George Sampson, Stavros Flatley and Twist and Pulse.

In total, BGT: The Champions will bring back winners from the last 13 series, competing to be crowned the ultimate champion.

It will also feature international acts from Got Talent shows in their respective countries.

It will air over six weeks, with two acts each week sent through to the final to compete for a cash prize and a trophy.

Head BGT judge Simon Cowell previously revealed: “My only concern and the downside of only having five shows before the final is that we’ve actually seen some amazing talent get sent home.

“The talent is off the charts! If we look at doing this again I’d like to do more heats and a couple of semi-finals before the final.”

Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions airs Saturday at 8pm on ITV.

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