Alesha Dixon reveals plans to crack Hollywood after big break on America’s Got Talent

‘There are great things to come’: Alesha Dixon reveals plans to crack Hollywood by launching acting career after big break on America’s Got Talent

Alesha Dixon has revealed her plans to make it as a Hollywood actress after her big break on America’s Got Talent.

The former Mis-Teeq singer, 41, starred on the judging panel alongside Simon Cowell, Howie Mandell and Heidi Klum for AGT: The Champions earlier this year.

Now, Alesha has dreams of using the stepping stone of featuring on American TV to break into the acting industry.   

Hollywood here I come! Alesha Dixon has revealed her plans to make it as a Hollywood actress after her big break on America’s Got Talent

The judge told The Mirror: ‘It was a dream of mine to work on American television. Everybody gets to a point where they get itchy feet, they want to try something new and be challenged.

‘I like to step into an arena that makes me feel afraid – it’s good for me. By stepping out of my comfort zone, great things come.

‘I was really scared in the most amazing way. I can’t wait for lockdown to be over so I can go back.’ 

Big break: Alesha has dreams of using the stepping stone of featuring on American TV to break into the acting industry

Big break: Alesha has dreams of using the stepping stone of featuring on American TV to break into the acting industry

Debut: Earlier this year, the former Mis-Teeq singer, 41, starred on the judging panel alongside Simon Cowell, Howie Mandell and Heidi Klum for AGT: The Champions

Debut: Earlier this year, the former Mis-Teeq singer, 41, starred on the judging panel alongside Simon Cowell, Howie Mandell and Heidi Klum for AGT: The Champions

It comes as Britain’s Got Talent, in which Alesha also stars as a judge, will reportedly film its final without an audience for the first time in its 14-year history.

According to reports, bosses are currently planning for ‘every eventuality’ after the original semi-finals were postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis.

The show is also said to be preparing in case guidelines change and will also have social measures put in place for the crowds.  

Dream: 'It was a dream of mine to work on American television. Everybody gets to a point where they get itchy feet, they want to try something new and be challenged', Alesha said

Dream: ‘It was a dream of mine to work on American television. Everybody gets to a point where they get itchy feet, they want to try something new and be challenged’, Alesha said

A source told The Sun: ‘ITV bosses are having to plan for every eventuality and as it stands, the BGT live shows won’t be filmed with an audience.

‘If guidelines change and they can get in a crowd using social distancing, they’ll consider it.’

They added: ‘BGT bosses know they can keep production values sky high and that while the audience have some role to play, most of the reaction comes from the judges.’ 

The source claimed that at present the only people in the studio will be a small crew and the judging panel made up of Simon, Amanda Holden, Alesha and David Walliams.   

They added the show will make up for the reported lack of audience with ‘bigger and more daring’ acts. 

MailOnline has contacted Britain’s Got Talent for comment. 

Social distancing: It comes as Britain's Got Talent will reportedly film its final without an audience for the first time in its 14-year history (pictured in 2019)

Social distancing: It comes as Britain’s Got Talent will reportedly film its final without an audience for the first time in its 14-year history (pictured in 2019)

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