Alesha Dixon's best Britain's Got Talent looks – including low-cut final dress that sparked Ofcom complaints

ALESHA Dixon has always pushed the boundaries when it comes to her Britain's Got Talent outfits – even raking up complaints to Ofcom in the process.

The singer, 43, who rose to fame in girl group Mis-Teeq has often turned heads alongside her fellow judge, Amanda Holden, 51, with their jaw dropping fashion choices.

Here are Alesha's most gorgeous – and controversial – BGT looks.

BGT Final 2015

Alesha opted for a fitted Michael Costello gown complete with plunging neckline and thigh-high split which perfectly complimented her toned body.

But some viewers were outraged at the dress and Amanda's pale blue flowing gown complete with deep V neckline.

Ofcom received 89 complaints about the outfits plus a further 200 people got in touch with ITV directly.

However Ofcom decided not to investigate and stated Amanda and Alesha Dixon's dresses were not inappropriate for a family show.

BGT Semi-Final 2016

The chic gold and black Sergio Hudson jumpsuit Alesha wore to one of the show's semi-finals in 2016 received 19 Ofcom complaints.

Alesha looked amazing in the jumpsuit which featured a plunging gold top and high waisted black trousers.

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The mum-of-two wore her hair in a high bun and proudly held hands with Amanda on stage who also had viewers complain about her dress.

Ofcom once again it decided it would not take further action in regards to the complaints.

An Ofcom spokesperson said at the time: "We assessed a number of complaints about the suitability of clothing worn by two female judges before the watershed, but won’t be taking the matter forward for investigation.

"The dresses worn by the judges did not raise issues under our rules on nudity, and the judges were not portrayed in a sexualised way."

BGT Final 2016

It did not take viewers long to once again have issue with Alesha's fashion choices.

She wore a blush pink Idan Cohen gown to the finale which showed off her toned legs.

While the embellished top half of the dress covered her entirely, viewers were not happy about the two sheer panels on her waist.

The dress also featured a long train on the front and back which showed her long legs.

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Alesha rocked a bronze dress also worn by Kylie Jenner

BGT 2017

A bronze Juan Carlos Obando dress with a scoop neck and spaghetti straps showed off Alesha's amazing body, but fans watching at home were not so keen.

The metallic number once also worn by Kylie Jenner, featured an asymmetrical hem and another thigh high split.

"Alesha isn't leaving much room for any mistakes there," one viewer moaned on Twitter.

While another complained she was "practically naked," while an overprotective parent warned you don't have to "show everything to be sexy."

BGT 2020

Nearly 1,700 people have complained after Alesha Dixon wore a Black Lives Matter necklace on Britain's Got Talent.

She appeared on the show in a statement gold necklace that featured the initials BLM.

It came after the show received the most Ofcom complaints in a decade after Diversity's BLM-inspired dance routine two weeks prior.

A spokesperson for Ofcom told The Sun it had received 1,675 complaints about Britain’s Got Talent's episode on Saturday – the majority relating to Alesha’s necklace.

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They added: "We are assessing these complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate.”

Alesha's choice of jewellery divided opinion, with some insisting "political" references had no place on the family show.

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