Alesha Dixon dropped by label

Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon dropped by record label 

SINGER and TV star Alesha Dixon has been dropped by her record label, she ­revealed last night.
The Strictly Come ­Dancing judge’s contract with Asylum Records is not being ­extended to a third album.
A statement from her and the firm said: “It ­became clear during our ­discussions that ­Alesha and her label had creative differences.”
Alesha delivered the label its first ­international success with her million-selling The Boy Does ­Nothing but her second album fared badly, reaching number 84 in the UK.
The star, 32, who was originally with the girl band Misteeq, was dropped as a solo artist by Polydor Records in 2006.
After her stint as a judge on the BBC’s dance show, her career ­enjoyed a ­revival and she signed with ­Asylum. She will be back on TV at the end of the summer ­presenting a talent series on CBBC.

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