Alesha Dixon says TV bosses aren't doing enough to put black women on the small screen.
The former Strictly Come Dancing judge is about to return to TV as a judge on the new series of Britain's Got Talent, which she joined last year.
She told Cosmopolitan magazine: "There still aren't many black women on prime time TV.
"Britain's an amazing multicultural place to live in and that should be celebrated and represented."
She said of Strictly: "When I joined in 2009, the controller of the BBC came into my dressing room and said they were proud to have a woman of colour on their panel.
"It was so nice that they acknowledged it."
She added: "I've never felt better in my own skin. I don't carry around past baggage....The fact I'm still in the industry, 10 years on is something to be thankful for. There's no door you can't open."