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1/3 BBCダンス番組審査員のアリーシャ・ディクソン、ITVへ

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これは『Strictly Come Dancing』の推定10万ポンドの3倍以上になっている。 ただ、ディクソンさんのマネージャーを務めるマルコム・ブレアさんは「移籍は金目当てではない」と強調。 「新たなことに挑戦すべき時がいつかはくる」と説明したが、「BBC」局から見ると、今回の発表が電撃的だったことを認めている。 「BBC」局の関係者の中には「『Strictly Come Dancing』がアリーシャを育てたようなもの。 彼女の人気は番組のおかげ」と話している。 ディクソンさんは、ポップバンド「Mis-Teeq」のメンバーとしてデビュー、 『Strictly Come Dancing』に出場した後、審査する側にまわった。 ディクソンさんが番組を降板したのは、アルバムをレコーディングし、今秋にプロモーション活動をしたいためという噂も流れている。 ディクソンさんの動機は明らかになっていないが、「ITV」局とカウェルさんには多額の投資になるのは確か。 カウェルさんと英司会者のピアース・モーガンさんの代わりに、米俳優のデイヴィッド・ハッセルホフさんと英コメディアンのマイケル・マッキンタイアさんが起用され、英女優のアマンダ・ホールデンさんと共に審査員を務めたが、視聴率は低迷。 このため、ハッセルホフさんとマッキンタイアさんは先シリーズのみで降板させられた。 新シリーズでは、カウェルさんが審査員に復帰。 ホールデンさん、ディクソンさんに英コメディアンのデイヴィッド・ウォリアムズさんが審査員チームに加わることも分かった。 ちなみに、ウォリアムズさんの報酬は80万ポンドとされている。

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Website Alesha Anjanette Dixon born 7 October 1978 is an English singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer, author, model and television personality. The group disbanded in 2005 and Dixon pursued a music career as a solo artist, signing a recording contract to. She began recording her debut solo , , in 2005, releasing her debut single, "" and "", she was dropped from Polydor. Retaining the rights to her album she released Fired Up in Japan with Lipstick going to number 1. In 2007, Dixon won. Her television exposure led to a successful comeback, which included her signing to , an offshoot of. Dixon then released a second album, entitled , in 2008, which received from in the UK and spawned four singles including "" and "", the latter of which became her highest charting single and earned her a nomination. In September 2009, Dixon became a judge on the of Strictly Come Dancing, replacing. The replacement of Phillips by Dixon attracted criticism, as some questioned the extent of Dixon's dancing knowledge. In 2010, Dixon returned for the of Strictly Come Dancing and released her third studio album,. In January 2012, shortly after completing the and her third year as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing, Dixon quit to become a judge on. Her fourth studio album, , was released in 2015. In 2020, Dixon also joined the judging panel of. As a television presenter, Dixon has hosted 2013 , 2014—15 , 2017 , 2019—2020 , and Comic Relief 2019. Alesha Dixon grew up in the town of , Hertfordshire. Alesha Anjanette Dixon was born in to a father, Melvin, and mother, Beverly Harris. Dixon has six half-siblings. She was educated at , Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. Dixon's parents separated when she was four and her father moved away, resulting in her later describing her family life as "very dysfunctional". Between the ages of eight and ten, Dixon witnessed her mother suffer from her partner; she only spoke publicly about the issue 21 years later, in 2010. Dixon created a documentary for the , Don't Hit My Mum, regarding the issue of domestic abuse from a child's perspective, and remarked upon her own childhood: "When I think about that time, I don't remember living in harmony, I don't remember any fun times, I suppose because the negativity has clouded it. The negative times and the scary times have blocked anything that was good... I believe that every child has the right to grow up in an environment where they feel secure and fearless going into the world, and I didn't really feel that". Dixon's first job was at , although she aspired to become a teacher after leaving college. After completing a diploma course in sports studies, she had planned to take up a place at , but at dance classes in London she was approached by a from a production company. While travelling back home on the train she was approached by another scout who was forming a group and asked if she was interested. 1999—2005: Mis-Teeq [ ] Dixon's career began in 1999 when she met as they both joined a dance school in , south west London. Together, they decided to form a group when Dixon and Washington, the two co-founders, spotted , a girl auditioning for another group. Dixon and Washington proposed that Nash join the group and together they formed a trio. In October 2000, Dixon, then relatively unknown, featured on the single "" by , which charted modestly at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart. In January 2001, Mis-Teeq released their first single, "". The track remained commercially unnoticed until a garage remix was produced and the track charted at number 8 in April of that year. Two separate music videos for the song were filmed, accompanying the different versions of the song. The song's success coincided with Zena McNally's departure; McNally later alleged that friction between herself and Washington was a factor. Mis-Teeq, continuing as a trio, then released "", which charted even more successfully at number 2, behind 's "". In October 2001, they released their debut album , featuring hits "", "" and double A-side single "". In 2002, Mis-Teeq performed and received a nomination at the in , later in the year band won the for Best Garage Act. After the success of their debut album, 2003 saw Mis-Teeq becoming the faces of stores nationwide. In 2003, Mis-teeq released their second album , which included the singles "", "" and "". In 2004, Mis-Teeq toured the United States and released their debut single "Scandalous" from their American self-titled debut, a compilation of the albums Lickin' On Both Sides and Eye Candy. In 2004, Dixon went to feature in the music video "". In the video, she is shown dancing on a podium whilst the group circled her. It was also rumoured that she was dating around the time of the video. The last song Dixon recorded with Mis-Teeq was "" for the film. In March 2005, their Greatest Hits compilation was released and it was announced that they were separating to pursue solo careers. Dixon married in June 2005. In November 2006, the couple divorced following Harvey's affair with singer. 2006—08: Fired Up, record label departure and Strictly Come Dancing [ ] I never lost the desire to [want to] carry on in music — that's all I know, all I've ever dreamed of doing, it's all I've ever wanted to do so, I think, never give up. Alesha Dixon, discussing her thoughts on being dropped by her record label, Polydor. She spent a year writing and recording her solo debut album, , working with a wide range of producers including , , Johnny Douglas, , and Paul Epworth. During this period, Dixon performed , known simply as "Alesha". In June 2005, she announced her first solo single to be "Superficial". However, at the last minute, the song "" was chosen as the first single. "Lipstick" was released on 14 August 2006, and charted at 14 on the. Dixon released her second single "" on 30 October 2006, which charted at 25 on the. However, on the official , the single peaked at number 45, falling down to 68 the following week. On 6 November 2006, it was revealed that Dixon had been dropped by her , Polydor Records. Polydor gave her full rights to her unreleased debut album, Fired Up. Coinciding with her professional troubles was the collapse of her marriage to Harvey; Dixon filed for divorce just over a year after her wedding due to her husband's affair with. Dixon took part in series 5 of TV show Strictly Come Dancing in 2007, partnered with professional dancer. Dixon was at first hesitant to join, fearing that snobbery within the would damage her career. In a later interview, she said, "there's always this preconceived idea that people do reality TV shows because they want to kick-start their careers whereas I was actually worried that it would affect it. " [ ] They had been the favourite from the third week, receiving the most points from the judges on numerous occasions. Dixon herself gained high appraisal from the judges, even being likened to a "young " by. They received 4. 5 million votes in the final, beating actor and professional dancer to win the glitter disco ball. Dixon, however, chose to sign a four-album contract with Asylum Records in 2008. Dixon's first new album as part of her contract, was released in the UK on 24 November 2008 and 21 November in Ireland. The official first single from the album, "" became her first solo top ten hit on the , following a 76 spot jump from 84 to 8 on the UK Singles Chart on downloads alone; the single eventually peaked at number 5 and received Gold certification. The song also became a commercial success in continental Europe and peaked in the top ten on the Australian Singles Chart. The single sold 1,000,000 copies worldwide. The second single from The Alesha Show was "Breathe Slow" and entered the UK Singles Chart at number thirty-nine solely on download sales. The single rose for three weeks before breaking into the top ten at number six, giving Dixon her second top ten hit in the UK from downloads alone, and eventually peaked at number 3 on the Top 40 UK Charts, becoming Dixon's highest charting single on the. "Breathe Slow" was certified Silver in the UK for sales exceeding 200,000. The third single from The Alesha Show, titled "" was physically released on 11 May and reached a peak position of 13 in the UK Singles Chart. "Let's Get Excited" became Dixon's first track from The Alesha Show not to chart inside the top 10 in the UK Singles Chart. The song's presence in the charts boosted album sales and The Alesha Show rebounded at a new peak of 11. The album received Platinum certification from , indicating sales of over 300,000 in the UK alone. The fourth single from The Alesha Show, called "" was released on 15 November 2009. The track, a ballad penned by Dixon and , was the first single taken from the deluxe version, entitled The Alesha Show — Encore, released on 23 November. Dixon also embarked upon a 17-date national tour, named , which began on 20 October 2009 in. It was revealed in July 2009 that Dixon would be joining the Strictly Come Dancing judging panel in September 2009. She replaced , which led to the being accused of and by the media. Dixon, having a conflicting schedule also had to rearrange three dates on her upcoming tour, The Alesha Show to do the show, which is broadcast live on Saturday nights. Dixon's judging debut was met by criticism by some viewers, and 272 complaints were received by the BBC, according to. Despite the complaints, the BBC stated they were "delighted" with Dixon. 2010—11: The Entertainer [ ] In early 2010, Dixon began work on her third studio album, The Entertainer, which she intended to release during the summer. On 15 March Dixon flew to Denmark to begin recording with , the producers of Dixon's "Breathe Slow". Dixon's fan site later reported that Dixon had secured a recording session with , a record producer who has produced records for 's final studio album and most recently produced and 's "". On 16 June, Dixon revealed on a post on her fansite that the upcoming album would be called Unleashed, and on 30 June her fansite president revealed the is a track called "", produced by Haitian-American producer, Shama Joseph, or "ShamRock". On 5 August it was revealed that Dixon had decided to change the album name from Unleashed to The Entertainer. "Drummer Boy", released in August, charted moderately at 15 on the. On 16 September, it was announced that Dixon had collaborated with and featured in the band's single "". The track appeared on both Roll Deep's album— —and The Entertainer. "", billed as The Entertainer 's second single, charted poorly upon release in November 2010, failing to reach the Top 40. The single's release coincided with the release of the album, which too made little commercial impact; a year later it was noted that the album had sold 60,000 copies. Acknowledging the album's lack of commercial success, Dixon said she would always prefer to "take a chance creatively" than release what she perceived to be stultifying records. She commented: "I knew the single 'Drummer Boy' was a risk. It was a very difficult record and so far removed from anything I'd done before. I get that... I take full responsibility for that, but I'm glad I did it. I'd rather make a unique record like 'Drummer Boy' and have it fail than play it safe and release bland, generic music that doesn't excite me. " 2012—2014: Britain's Got Talent, motherhood and other ventures [ ] Dixon wrote and released a new track "" for the New Year campaign which featured in new advertisements for the organisation. The track was released onto on 1 January 2012, as a digital download. On 2 January, Dixon announced her departure from her judging role on Strictly Come Dancing, to pursue other projects. It was later announced that she left the panel to join the judging panel of replacing along with , and who replaced. Michael Hogan, of , pointed out that "if rumours are to be believed, Dixon has more than tripled her salary by defecting to the commercial channel", a point made by various other sources. Dixon at her fragrance launch in 2014 In September 2012 it was announced that Dixon would be collaborating with former rapper on his new song "Your Love". The single was released on 11 November. It was announced in June 2013 that Dixon was expecting her first child with her partner, former backing dancer Azuka Ononye, and on her 35th birthday, 7 October 2013, she stated on Twitter that she had given birth to her daughter, Azura Sienna, the previous week. Dixon said she would put her fourth album on hold and concentrate on motherhood. 2014—Present: Do It for Love [ ] In December 2014, Dixon announced that she would be releasing a new single in either March or May 2015. In March 2015, she confirmed that her new single "", would be released on 21 June via her own record label Precious Stone Records. It marked Dixon's first single release in over four years, following 2011's "". The first live performance of the song took place on 23 May during one of Britain's Got Talent semi-finals. Dixon was criticised for forgetting the words to "" when performing a solo at the July. Her fourth studio album titled was released on 9 October 2015. It peaked at number 81 on the. The album's second and third singles were, respectively, "Tallest Girl" and the new version of "People Need Love" reworked by Ash Rowes. In 2016, Dixon made a cameo appearance in the 2016 film. On 24 June 2017, she stepped in for at Manchester auditions for one day. It was later announced that due to having health issues Dixon would once again step in to judge at the Edinburgh auditions. She stepped in for a third time at the second live show on 29 October 2017, this time replacing Cowell. It was announced that Dixon was expecting her second child with her husband during the first live semi-final of Britain's Got Talent in May 2019. On 26 September 2019, it was announced that Dixon would be joining the judging panel for season 2 of. Artistry [ ] Musical style [ ] When Dixon first emerged into the public spotlight with , she was primarily the group's , whilst one of her colleagues usually sang lead vocals on the records. Washington encouraged her to rap from the group's inception, saying: "When she started she was a bit shy, but I always said that it adds something, an element of difference. It was the first time I'd ever heard a woman MC and I was like, 'Alesha, you have got to do that,' and she was like 'No Bri, don't make me look stupid'". However, when she began her solo career her first UK album, , saw Dixon undergo a -shift. The album featured no rapping and was primarily and , unlike Mis-Teeq's music, which focused mainly on garage and. Dixon commented that the record consisted of "a lot more guitar-written songs with pop produced around it". Dixon, a songwriter and singer, often writes or co-writes her own records. Discussing the writing process of The Alesha Show she said, "I've written the majority of it and I co-write as well with a lot of people". Critics have suggested some of her songs are autobiographical, such as "" 2009 , co-written with Gary Barlow and. Vocally, reviewer Andy Gill of suggested that Dixon's vocal strengths lie with more up-tempo songs, saying "the problem is that her bubbly personality and voice is simply not as well suited to ballads as to perky dancefloor anthems". However, 's Caroline Sullivan complimented her live vocals whilst reviewing her tour, The Alesha Show. She said, of her concert tour, that "it was her singing that made the impression: she's more powerful than you would imagine, and when pitted against her band at their most blaring, she more than held her own. While this was going on, she was being flung between two male hoofers, proving, if nothing else, that pop stars who claim they can't dance and sing simultaneously just aren't trying". Influences [ ] Dixon has often cited as an influence, saying "Madonna is a big idol. I loved her when I was a young girl and I feel like I've been on a musical journey with her". Dixon's single "" namechecked the singer and her 1985 single "". Furthermore, the music video featured what Dixon described as "a Madonna tribute" featuring throughout. Additionally, Dixon has described as her childhood. Growing up, the first record Dixon ever bought was "" by the hip hop group ; she remarked "I didn't understand what they were talking about at the time... They were raw and did their own thing, and I loved that. I love artists who don't conform to what people expect of them". Despite growing up in the predominantly white area of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, Dixon's father Melvin would take her to the in London to allow her to experience some of her heritage. The music she would hear influenced her tastes, as she commented: "all the records I saved up to buy — , — I heard them at Notting Hill". When asked during an interview who her favourite songwriter was, Dixon replied: ". I love Lauryn Hill because she is not scared to talk about real life. She may say things that are slightly controversial but she gets people thinking and gets people talking". Dixon has also named as great influence upon her. Cherry, a mixed-race singer, inspired her from an early age, with Dixon saying, "I remember seeing Neneh Cherry on the TV when I was little and turning to my mum and saying, 'Mummy, she looks like me'". Philanthropy [ ] "There are so many things you could reel off as negatives [with regards to fame] — your private life is exposed, every move is scrutinised — at the same time, you can think: 'Wow, I'm in a position to shine a light into these areas. ' That's a powerful tool because, actually, it's quite a selfish job. It's a moral responsibility, I guess, I think I have. " —Dixon, when asked whether celebrities have a responsibility to do good works. Dixon has described herself and other celebrities as having a "moral responsibility" to do good works, when asked by 's. Speaking in August 2010 to Dixon said: "Being in the entertainment industry I do feel I have a responsibility that comes with my fame". In 2009, Dixon climbed in Tanzania for with members and , , , , , and Gary Barlow, who had spearheaded the project. In June 2009 Dixon became an official ambassador for the charity Help a London Child, stating that she felt "very honoured" to be asked. Dixon is a patron of the ACLT which is a voluntary charity, whose main aim is to increase the number of Black and Mixed Parentage people on the UK Bone Marrow Register. The members of the ACLT freely volunteer their time in attempting to raise awareness in the Black community; enabling potential donors to come forward and be involved in the process of offering hope and a healthy future to someone whose disorder may otherwise prove fatal. Dixon has also backed 's See Something, Say Something campaign, a UK anti-bullying initiative. Dixon is engaged with various organisations and is also a. She is Vice-President of the , a charity which works to end cruelty to animals in the name of sport and featured in a charity appeal due to concerns that the could be repealed. In 2012, Dixon travelled to with to rescue two from Onesti Zoo, which had closed years previously. The bears were moved to a nearby sanctuary. In 2014, Dixon encouraged her Twitter followers to sign an calling for the ban of slaughtering animals without being first. UK and EU law requires that animals must be stunned before slaughter, unless for religious purposes or meat. Dixon is also a supporter of the PetRetreat scheme launched by the RSPCA. The scheme fosters pets belonging to victims of domestic abuse, who often have to leave behind animals, as many refuges and safe houses do not allow pets. The pets are later reunited with their original owners when possible. In addition to Dixon's commercial role as a model and representative for the cosmetics company on 2012, Dixon launched the company's Pass It On campaign to highlight domestic abuse issues in the UK by encouraging the purchase of a necklace, described by her as "a symbol of women's empowerment, and infinite possibilities for women". All the proceeds from Avon's necklace campaign were donated to and. In March 2013 Dixon led a walk down to the to raise awareness of. Regarding the walk, Dixon commented that "awareness of domestic violence is still shockingly low and that's why it's so important that we raise awareness about a subject that is too often ignored". Dixon has worked with several charities in the past, including and. [ ] Dixon has spoken out in support of , , as well as a need for greater support of trans individuals, and those questioning their gender identity. Dixon's popularity within the LGBT community has led to her performing at numerous gay pride parades across the UK, headlining both and in 2016 alone. Other ventures [ ] As well as a singer, Dixon has forayed into television presenting, created three documentaries, and has established herself as a businesswoman through various endorsement deals and lucrative contracts. In November 2009 Dixon announced the release of her jewellery line, and in January 2014 she launched her own fragrance, Rose Quartz. Dixon has represented various brands, including car manufacturers , the chocolate bar, cosmetics company and airline. Additionally, Dixon was creative director of gym chain LA Fitness, a role which she assumed in 2009. Dixon signed a four-year results-based deal with the gym chain, with her remuneration based on the success of the company. Dixon voiced the character of on the 2016 version of. Presenting [ ] Dixon has presented shows in the UK, such as the , , 's coverage of and presented the show at the for. She has also been a guest on 's current affairs programme on two occasions, in November 2006 and December 2007. In 2008, Dixon presented her own mini-documentary entitled Alesha: Look But Don't Touch, which aired on the and featured a guest appearance from. The show explored "improvement" by digital technology in order to understand the impact all these "perfect" images have on society. In 2009, it was reported that Dixon was in talks with television companies about a possible chatshow. In 2008 and 2009, she co-presented with and. She returned to present the telethon in 2011 with Daly, Wogan and. In March 2010, Dixon presented the pageant in , Korea. Since 22 August 2011, Dixon presented a street-dance competition for called. She has also appeared in the series. On 17 May 2013, Dixon was a guest presenter on magazine show. In the summer of 2013, Dixon and co-presented one series the reality show. In 2014 and 2015, Dixon co-presented segments of ITV's telethon. In 2016, she co-presented on BBC One with. In 2017, Dixon presented , a six-part reality series for. co-presents the show. 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アリーシャ ディクソン

これは『Strictly Come Dancing』の推定10万ポンドの3倍以上になっている。 ただ、ディクソンさんのマネージャーを務めるマルコム・ブレアさんは「移籍は金目当てではない」と強調。 「新たなことに挑戦すべき時がいつかはくる」と説明したが、「BBC」局から見ると、今回の発表が電撃的だったことを認めている。 「BBC」局の関係者の中には「『Strictly Come Dancing』がアリーシャを育てたようなもの。 彼女の人気は番組のおかげ」と話している。 ディクソンさんは、ポップバンド「Mis-Teeq」のメンバーとしてデビュー、 『Strictly Come Dancing』に出場した後、審査する側にまわった。 ディクソンさんが番組を降板したのは、アルバムをレコーディングし、今秋にプロモーション活動をしたいためという噂も流れている。 ディクソンさんの動機は明らかになっていないが、「ITV」局とカウェルさんには多額の投資になるのは確か。 カウェルさんと英司会者のピアース・モーガンさんの代わりに、米俳優のデイヴィッド・ハッセルホフさんと英コメディアンのマイケル・マッキンタイアさんが起用され、英女優のアマンダ・ホールデンさんと共に審査員を務めたが、視聴率は低迷。 このため、ハッセルホフさんとマッキンタイアさんは先シリーズのみで降板させられた。 新シリーズでは、カウェルさんが審査員に復帰。 ホールデンさん、ディクソンさんに英コメディアンのデイヴィッド・ウォリアムズさんが審査員チームに加わることも分かった。 ちなみに、ウォリアムズさんの報酬は80万ポンドとされている。

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