It was the final of The Greatest Dancer on BBC One tonight and Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon certainly made sure all eyes were on her, as she rocked a show-stopping dress.
The Mis-teeq favourite looked sensational, as she rocked an aubergine-coloured frock, which showed off her incredible frame.
Alesha's purple number featured an exaggerated neckline, which teased at her cleavage.
And it was a full-on flesh-flashing display as the minidress also showed off her supermodel pins
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The dress also had an eye-catching sash detail, which dangled all the way to the floor.
Alesha styled her long locks into on-trend mermaid curls, which cascaded past her chest.
The stunning presenter decided to go au naturale in the makeup stakes, letting her natural beauty shine through.
Last week, Alesha opened up to mirror.co.uk about struggling with Imposter Syndrome throughout the years. Imposter Syndrome is a psychological pattern that sees one doubt one's abilities.
"I’ve definitely been crippled by fear. At school I was a contradiction. Outwardly, I was a confident, brave individual who went for it and was unafraid. But inside, I always had a niggle in my brain, moments of self-doubt which made me question my abilities.
"A lot of people, even if they’ve not heard of Imposter Syndrome, go, 'Oh yes, I can identify with that.' It was quite crippling, it was something that really did hold me back, massively.
"Picking up the phone made me feel so scared and nervous to the extent that sometimes I didn’t do it.
"Something so simple to someone else, I could build up as something huge, and my fear, or self-doubt would stop me from doing."
- Alesha Dixon
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