BGT's Alesha Dixon heartbroken after adorable dog Daisy dies | The Sun

ALESHA Dixon has revealed her heartbreak after her beloved dog Daisy died.

The Britain's Got Talent star shared sweet snaps of her with the 13-year-old pup.

Devastated Alesha wrote onInstagram: "I will love you forever Daisy."

"13 years of loving you," she added.

"My beautiful Daisy."

The 43-year-old was bombarded with condolence messages from fans who were upset by the news.

One said: "I am so so sorry."

Another added: "Sending you love."

Alesha didn't give any other details surrounding Daisy's death.

The singer's dog has been with her for the past 13 years as she became a judge on Britain's Got Talent and had two children, Azura and Anaya.

Alesha had a busy start to the month with the semi-finals of BGT.

She was in tears during the final as finalists Flintz and Taylor forgot the words in their last performance.

Alesha was seen crying on the panel as her heart went out to rapper Flintz, whose nerves clearly got the better of him in the live show.

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Amanda Holden was seen rubbing Alesha's back to comfort her as the performance mistake clearly moved her.

With tears in her eyes, Alesha – who gave the lads her golden buzzer in their audition- consoled the boys as she gave her comments after they performed.

She told him was telling him "artist to artist" that he was "going to beat yourself up" about it, but to not let it get to him.

She told him she "knew" what it felt like to make mistakes while performing but added: "I promise you this, you are going to inspire so many other kids to get out and do what they wanna do and fight because this music industry is hard."

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