Hello boyos! Alesha Dixon makes a lasting impression in a low-cut dress as Britain's Got Talent comes to Cardiff
Alesha Dixon has been wowing in the fashion stakes since making her debut as a judge eight days ago.
And the Britain's Got Talent new girl is certainly continuing as she means to go on given her revealing outfit at the Cardiff auditions.
The former Mis-teeq singer, 33, showed off her figure in a plunging mini dress and bright pink Stella McCartney heels.
Glamour: Alesha Dixon shows off her cleavage in a low-cut dress and Stella McCartney heels at the Cardiff auditions for Britain's Got Talent
Hello boyos: Alesha waves to fans as she arrives at the Millennium Centre
Arriving at the Welsh capital's Millennium Centre, the star was given a warm welcome by the thousands braving the freezing temperatures.
She is likely to miss the remaining initial auditions, including a second set in Cardiff on Sunday, and further ones in London, Birmingham and Edinburgh.
Dixon was joined by fellow newbie David Walliams and Simon Cowell – who has returned to Britain's Got Talent full-time after only appearing on the live finals last year.
Mania: Dixon took time to chat to fans and auditionees outside
With fellow judge Amanda Holden
recovering from the traumatic birth of her daughter Hollie this week, former Strictly Come Dancing star Dixon is representing the female side of
the panel alone.
Holden, 40, is currently in hospital after becoming critically ill while in labour with newborn daughter Hollie.
In a recent interview, Cowell, 52, admitted he was thrilled to be have 'poached' Dixon from his X Factor rival show Strictly Come Dancing.
Different styles: David Walliams looked smart in a suit, while Simon Cowell was predicable in his jeans and jumper combo
Getting the scoop: TV presenters Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly chat to contestants
He told The Sun: 'The Alesha thing was kind of fun. My decision to poach her was 70-30 on the fact she was on Strictly and the fact I liked her.'
The Britain's Got Talent auditions will continue in Manchester tomorrow, before moving to Blackpool, Cardiff, Birmingham, Edinburgh and London.
Dixon quit Strictly after three years as a judge so sign a reported 350,000 deal with Cowell.
We wanna be famous: Thousands waited in the cold for their chance to audition
The winner of this year's series will now received a 500,000 prizes compared to last year's 100,000.
They will also have the opportunity to perform in space on one of Sir Richard Branson's commercial space flights.
Leggy: Dixon in Blackpool on Tuesday (left) and in Manchester on January 21st (centre) and 20th (right)