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Alesha Dixon stands out against violence among women It's that time of year when the weather is so interchangeable that we're never sure what can we expect the moment that we step out of the house. Alesha Dixon steps out of her house and found out that she needs to protect her modesty today as she left a TV appearance. The ITV reality show judge got pictured while she was leaving the London studios in a very pretty outfit that got made up of a black pleated skirt, chiffon black blouse and a yellow vest. She paired the outfit with a yellow belt so that it could match Christian Louboutin heels while she was flashing her bright smile in front of the cameras. However, a strong breeze suddenly hit Britain’s Talent reality TV show judge. She had to battle the wind while holding her skirt down so that her legs won’t be exposed. This morning, Alesha is the proud guest of the Lorraine show because of her role as Avon ambassador. She launched a new campaign in an effort to help end domestic violence that also marked International Women's Day. Before leaving the studio, she manages to change her dress quickly. She had slipped into her black outfit that has changed from the short, stonewashed denim dress she sported for the TV chat. Since, she was heading straight so that she could visit the National Domestic Violence Helpline to launch Avon's Pass It On campaign and it’s Empowerment Bracelet in an effort raise awareness of the global issue. While she was speaking on the Lorraine show to hosts Kate Garraway and Dan Lobb, she noted that she aims for people to wear and share the fantastic necklace she is wearing so that it could become a symbol of women's empowerment, and infinite possibilities for women. She revealed that is problem that is close to her heart since she can relate to it. She then added that one in four women got abused. She wants the abused women to come out and speak. Back in 2010, Alesha made a documentary called Don't Hit My Mum, wherein she talked about being a child and watching her mother getting attacked by one of her partners. Having a strong mother helps her to the situation. She noted that if you got someone in your life that shows you strength to move forward. You are going to inherit that strength too. Speaking about her fellow judge in ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ she claimed that Amanda Holden is one of the few people she admires.
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