The musician and judge told the magazine that she enjoyed her time on Simon Cowell's show after her move from Strictly Come Dancing.
"I adored Strictly, but it was time for me to move on and I was so excited about Britain's Got Talent," Dixon said.
"The nation was really behind the show, you could see the chemistry on the panel and every act on that stage was worthy of being there. It felt really special. This year has been amazing for Britain because of the Olympics and the Diamond Jubilee, and BGT felt rejuvenated.
"All of us on the panel were tired and sad it had ended, but it was a genuinely good time. Would I do it again? They've asked me to and I really want to, so yes!"
Dixon also teased a return to her music career and said that she had no regrets when she went solo, despite her first album Fired Up only being released in Japan. She was later signed by Asylum Records for her second LP The Alesha Show.
"When Misteeq split I knew I was going to be okay because it was my decision to leave the band," she said.
"I was always the MC in the group and never really focused on singing. So when I signed to Polydor a year later, I felt free.
"Even though my debut album was never released in Britain, I had an amazing time finding out who I am as an artist.
"I'm back in the studio again now and am excited. I haven't released anything since the beginning of 2011. There'll be a single first, but I'm making an album, too.
To read the feature in full, see the latest issue of Look magazine's Brit Style issue out now.