It's a long way to go for a date night.
And so Alesha Dixon made sure to dress to impress as she hit the Jersey Style Awards on the stunning Channel Islands idyll with boyfriend Azuka Ononye on Thursday.
The Britain's Got Talent beauty wowed in a black bodycon number as she performed at the bash which celebrates the best of art, culture tourism and style from Jersey.
She's got style: Alesha Dixon made sure to dress to impress as she hit the Jersey Style Awards on the stunning Channel Islands idyll on Thursday
Arriving at the Royal Jersey Showground, Alesha turned heads in her figure-hugging midi dress.
The unusual design featured netted panels and blocks of glittering sequins.
She teamed the gorgeous frock with towering statement heels in a silver hue and coordinating jewels.
Date night: The Britain's Got Talent beauty wowed in a black bodycon number as she strutted down the red carpet with boyfriend Azuka Ononye
Looking chic: Arriving at the Royal Jersey Showground, Alesha turned heads in her figure-hugging midi dress
From head to toe: She teamed the gorgeous frock with towering statement heels in a silver hue and coordinating jewels
Mingling: Alesha and Azuka posed for photos with Tallia Storm's entrepreneur mother Tessa Hartmann CBE
A slicked back ponytail and glam makeup were the finishing touches as she posed with her very dapper man on the red carpet.
Alesha and Azuka are parents to daughter Azura, four, for whom Alesha has written her debut children's book - Lightning Girl.
Alesha, who just wrapped the latest series of Britain's Got Talent, has explained how Azura was the driving force behind wanting to create a mixed race protagonist.
Chatting to Loose Women, Alesha detailed how she put herself in the youngster's shoes to get an idea of what could she could write about - leading her to imagine the young superhero Aurora at the centre of her novel.
Putting on a show: Alesha performed at the glam event, strutting around the tables as she belted out her hits
Work it: The star looked glam as she put on a show for the VIP guests
All eyes on her: Guests broke out their camera phones as Alesha strutted by
The singer admitted that writing a book felt like a natural progression after her years of success in the music industry, and thought more about the characters that her daughter would be interested in.
Alesha explained: 'I thought about the characters Azura would be reading about. I wanted a strong role model for girls and boys'
Her first book centres on an 11-year-old superhero who discovers her super powers after an emotional breakdown at school, with lighting suddenly shooting from her fingers.
'I want to inspire my daughter, and show her that the world is at her finger tips' Alesha continued.