The ex-Pussycat Doll told The Sun that the Sky1 talent competition has a better standard of contestants than its ITV1 rival, which understandably attracts far higher ratings.
"We’ve had a ton of applications this year and the competition has been fiercer than ever," she commented.
“The show has opened up a creative stage for everyone to come, be accepted and get the growth they are looking for.
"Variety shows like Britain’s Got Talent serve a purpose. But when it comes to getting noticed in the dance world and respect from your peers, Got To Dance opens up that stage.
"It’s not only an amazing experience but such a learning platform."
This year's 'series of excellence' will reach its conclusion tonight at 6.00pm on Sky1 (HD), with Lukas McFarlane, Tom Hughes-Lloyd, Mini Moves, Rhys Yeomans, Rory O’Shea, IMD, Godson, Antics, Ruff Diamond and Gymtasia Evolution taking to the stage in front of 6,000 people at London's Olympia.