Alesha Dixon ‘parts ways with her management to go it alone after being inspired by Holly Willoughby’

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Alisha Dixon has reportedly parted ways with her longtime management, believing she can take the reins of her career herself.

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Britain’s Got Talent judge, 43, was said to be inspired by Holly Willoughby and Rochelle Humes, who had previously left their management to set up their own teams.

According to Sun, Alisha has just made his personal assistant and plans to pursue a makeup artist.

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Change: Alisha Dixon allegedly participated with the management of its long, that he believed he could bring himself reins of his career (featured in December 202l)

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An insider said: ‘Alesha has been in the industry since she was in her early twenties and is still one of the biggest stars on TV.

‘She feels she has mastered more than enough knowledge and respect to go it alone as a strong and independent woman.

Alesha has seen This Morning presenter Holly and Rochelle doing similar moves and thought, “I can do that too”. It looks a bit cruel, but in reality it is just smart business.’

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Alisha Dixon for comment.

The Independent: Britain's Got Talent judge, 43, said to be inspired by Holly Willoughby and Rochelle Humes, who had previously left their management to form their own team

Career: Rochelle founded her own company called The Rochelle Humes Group

The Independent: Britain’s Got Talent judge, 43, said to be inspired by Holly Willoughby and Rochelle Humes, who had previously left their management to form their own team

Holly previously founded her own company called Roxy Management to look after her TV career, while Rochelle founded The Rochelle Humes Group.

This comes after Alesha was recently confirmed as a judge on Simon Cowell’s new show Walk the Line.

Alisha will star alongside Gary Barlow, 50, Don French, 64, and Craig David, 40, on the judging panel of ITV’s new musical game show.

The event will provide musical acts an opportunity to win life-changing sums of money.

A source said: 'She seems to have mastered more than enough knowledge and respect to go it alone as a strong and independent woman' (pictured November 2021)

A source said: ‘She seems to have mastered more than enough knowledge and respect to go it alone as a strong and independent woman’ (pictured November 2021)

It will be hosted by Maya Jama and created by Simon – and will debut later this year.

Last month it was revealed that Simon had resigned from the judging panel of the six-part series to spend more time with his partner Lauren Silverman and their seven-year-old son, Eric.

The show was slated to represent Simon’s return to primetime TV after the plug was pulled on The X Factor earlier this year — but the star has confirmed that his role will be confined to behind the camera.

The show was slated to represent Simon’s return to primetime TV after the plug was pulled on The X Factor earlier this year — but the star has confirmed that his role will be confined to behind the camera.

Despite not appearing on screen – contrary to what UK and US audiences have become accustomed to over the past two decades – Simon will take on the role of executive producer.

The gig: This comes after Alisha was recently confirmed as a judge on Simon Cowell's new show Walk the Line (pictured in 2019 alongside Simon and Britain's Got Talent judges Amanda and David).

The gig: This comes after Alisha was recently confirmed as a judge on Simon Cowell’s new show Walk the Line (pictured in 2019 alongside Simon and Britain’s Got Talent judges Amanda and David).

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