Alesha Dixon shows off incredible blonde hair transformation for Eurovision as fans call new look ‘stunning’

Hosts Alesha Dixon during the semi-final 2 of Eurovision Song Contest at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool. Picture date: Thursday May 11, 2023. PA Photo. See PA story SHOWBIZ Eurovision. Photo credit should read: Aaron Chown/PA Wire

ALESHA Dixon has gone blonde for the second leg of the Eurovision semi-finals – and fans have branded the look “stunning”.

Hosts Alesha, Hannah Waddingham and Ukrainian singer Julia Sanina were back on the Eurovision stage after making their debut as a presenting trio earlier this week.

Alesha Dixon wowed fans with new blonde hair during Eurovision
She debuted her transformation during the second leg of the semi-finals on Thursday night

Alesha is hosting with Ukrainian singer Julia Sanina, centre, and Hannah Waddingham

The stars hosted the first semi-final heat together on Tuesday night, with Alesha‘s hair scraped back into a ponytail.

The Britain’s Got Talent star returned on Thursday and looked sensational with her new long tresses cascading over her shoulders, and fresh highlights framing her face.

Alesha, 44, shared her dazzling look on Instagram moments before the show went live, and fans were seriously impressed.

She told them: “Switching it up for Semi Final 2! See you at 8pm!”

One person penned beneath her post: “Unreal” as her BGT co-star Amanda Holden commented: “Blonde”.

One more raved about her makeover: “Love the hair so much.”

For the second time this week, the Eurovision auditorium was filled with Ukrainian flags flying alongside those from other countries competing for the prize.

Danish singer Reiley has kicked off the second semi-final of Eurovision with a dazzling performance of his slick pop tune Breaking My Heart.

The 25-year-old was first on stage during the second of the knock-out shows at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool this week.

Like Sam Ryder before him, Reiley goes into the contest with millions of followers on social media platform TikTok, potentially offering a boost to his chances.

Sixteen countries will compete for the 10 remaining spots in Saturday night’s grand final.

Unlike on Tuesday, UK viewers are able to vote during this semi-final.

The TV beauty, 44, is a judge on Britain’s Got Talent

Alesha, Julia and Hannah at the first half of the Eurovision semi-final at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool on Tuesday