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In October 2000, Dixon, then relatively unknown, featured on the single "Rumours" by Damage, which charted modestly at 22 on the UK Singles Chart.
Two separate music videos for the song were filmed, accompanying the different versions of the song.
She began recording her debut solo album, Fired Up, in 2006, but due to poor record sales of her first two singles, "Lipstick" and "Knockdown", she was dropped from Polydor.
which included her signing to Asylum Records, an offshoot of Warner Music Group.
Dixon released her second single "Knockdown" on 30 October 2006, which charted at 25 on the UK Download Chart.
However, on the official UK Singles Charts, the single peaked at number 45, falling down to 68 the following week.
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 March 2005, their Greatest Hits compilation was released and it was announced that they were separating to pursue solo careers.
Alesha Anjanette Dixon was born in Welwyn Garden City to a Jamaican father, Melvin, and English mother, Beverly Harris. Maternally, she has two half-brothers, and on her father's side, she has three half-brothers and a half-sister.
She was educated at Monk's Walk School, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire.
Dixon then released a second album, entitled The Alesha Show, in 2008, which received platinum certification from BPI in the UK and spawned four singles including "The Boy Does Nothing" and "Breathe Slow", the latter of which became her highest charting single and earned her a Brit Award nomination.
In September 2009, Dixon became a judge on the seventh series of Strictly Come Dancing, replacing Arlene Phillips.