Britain’s Got Talent 2012: check out where Alesha Dixon got her outfits for tonight’s show (PHOTOS)
Were you in Team Voice or Team BGT tonight? Our new StyleJacking blogger Janine was definitely in Britain’s Got Talent’s corner tonight – she adored Alesha Dixon’s fashion sense at the auditions this week by all accounts.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge has been a favourite of ours at UnrealityTV for a while now but StyleJacking were never that enamoured with her outfits in Strictly. However, they have admitted that Alesha definitely seems to have upped the style-ante since Simon Cowell poached her from the BBC. This is probably due to her new stylist who is doing a great job and staying away from those awful Philip Armstrong dresses she seemed so fond of on Strictly.
The 33-year-old actress wears a lot of pink – check out the photos on StyleJacking which show Dixon in no fewer than 3 pink outfits!
The first pop of pink was in the Birmingham auditions when gorgeous Alesha wore a pink blazer, pink skirt with a tail, pink top and pink hologram shoes from Topshop. David Walliams was seen mocking the Mis-teeq singer for getting a car to drive her the 500ft from the hotel to the studios in Birmingham – she blamed her heels like any self respecting lady!
Later in the night Alesha changed into a pink and white Diane Von Furstenbery silk dress which our eagle eyed blogger spotted on Sarah Jessica Parker! If you have a spare £600 lying around, StyleJacking will tell you where you can buy the cute, v-neck shift dress.Alesha has been doing the promotional rounds for the ITV talent show and was spotted in another DVF piece earlier in the week being touched up by Eamonn Holmes on This Morning, this time an orange mini skirt which she teamed with a blue blazer and big, voluminous hair – check out the snaps.
All in all we have been impressed by her fashions on the show, from her pink Stella McCartney heels in Cardiff to her bright pink vintage skirt in Blackpool.
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