Strictly Come Dancing winner Alesha Dixon is to front her own TV show for BBC Three.

Alesha will present Leave My Bits Alone, a one-off documentary about the pressure on women to have perfect bodies.

The programme will also see Alesha catch-up with celebrity friends who have been on the receiving end of digital surgery.

Alesha said: “Magazines shouldn’t use digitally altered pictures of women.

“The female form is becoming increasingly divorced from reality.”

The 29-year-old former Mis-Teeq singer is proud of her curves and longs for a bigger bottom.

She said: “I burn off lots of energy. But my body may change as I get older.

“My Jamaican nan has massive gazungas that sit on her belt! She’s a proper West Indian woman. I hope I get her boobs. And a nice bottom that sticks out and isn’t just a flat extension of my back.”

Danny Cohen, controller of BBC Three, said: “It’s great to have Alesha on BBC Three. This is a subject she feels strongly about and I’m sure she will make a passionate and thought-provoking documentary.”