Britain's Got Talent Alesha Dixon debuts huge transformation on ITV show

The BGT judging panel
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Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon wowed audiences with her stunning hair makeover during the live semi-finals, leaving fans in awe of her radiant new red hairstyle.

Always one to turn heads, Alesha Dixon dazzled viewers with a bold change from her signature dark tresses to a striking shade of red for the semi-final on Monday, May 27.

The singer made quite the entrance in a short violet dress, joining fellow judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, and Bruno Tonioli on stage, reports OK!.

Fans rushed to social media to praise Alesha's fiery new look.

One admirer posted on social media: "Love Alesha's hair colour #BGT". Another fan expressed their admiration, adding: "Alesha Dixon is just phenomenal."

A third viewer humorously questioned: "'Is Amanda purposefully matching Alisha's hair #BGT" - noting Amanda Holden's similarly coloured dress.

The evening's performances included three Golden Buzzer acts: Ssaulabi Performance Troupe, vocalist Taryn Charles, and roller-skating duo Duo Stardust.

Taryn Charles delivered a powerful rendition of Teddy Swims' 'Lose Control', earning a standing ovation from the panel.

Bruno praised Taryn for the 'soul' in her performance and the palpable 'emotion'.

Alesha was left wondering: "How do you follow that? " as she encouraged Taryn, saying it was her 'time to shine'.

Amanda commended Taryn's competitive spirit, telling her she 'came to play', whilst Simon acknowledged the depth of Taryn's dedication, commenting: "You can see and hear how much this means to you."

In an earlier conversation with OK! Taryn shared that she kept some golden confetti as a memento after receiving Bruno's Golden Buzzer.

She revealed: "My nan's got some in a flower pot, and the rest is in a frame in my downstairs bathroom. When I got home, I had it everywhere there was some stuck in my bra!"

Teacher Taryn, who left school at 15 and has since been diagnosed with ADHD, shared her story of how she became an inspiration to her students by auditioning for BGT.

She's been working with SEND children ever since she started volunteering at a local specialist school.

Taryn said: "It's important that kids, especially kids with SEND needs or special needs, are shown that everything is accessible to them. Britain's Got Talent is not just for people who look the part and sound the part. It's open to everybody. For me to say look, I've got the same special needs as you and I was able to go on TV, it's inspiring for them. It's important for me to do that."

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