Alesha Dixon has ruled out a return to Strictly Come Dancing.
With Len Goodman stepping down from his role on the panel, there were some rumours that Alesha could return to the BBC One series from her role on Britain's Got Talent.
But the former Strictly judge and winner of the series ruled out any comeback.
She said: "No I'm fine! I'm a fan of the show. I quite enjoy watching it now. I'm very happy where I am."
Alesha is currently appearing in her fifth series of BGT alongside David Walliams, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden.
She said: "If it's not broke, don't try and fix it. The four of us really genuinely enjoy each other's company.
"If any one of us started to think it wasn't fun any more, then we wouldn't do it. We're a very settled panel, and with so many things changing all the time, that's quite nice."
Alesha added: "I do my job and if I'm not happy doing it, or if they're not happy with my job I'm doing, then I won't do it any more!"
But it's not just BGT that Alesha is currently working on, also fronting ITV's new show Dance, Dance, Dance.
Alesha told OK! Magazine of the reaction to the new series: "It's been really positive. People really seem to be enjoying it and the channel is really happy, too.
"I've really loved filming it. They haven't said if it's coming back yet but I hope it is."
Dance, Dance, Dance continues Sunday nights on ITV while Britain's Got Talent will start later this year.