Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson has announced the release date for her upcoming documentary, Odd One Out!
Jesy took to social media to tell fans, that the documentary that her and the BBC have been working on about her own personal experiences dealing with mental health will air in September on BBC Three!
The shocking inside story of one of Britain’s most famous pop stars: Jesy Nelson is ready to tell her story.
Coming to BBC Three and at 9pm on BBC One September 12th. pic.twitter.com/bBRGmDdmyh
— BBC Three (@bbcthree) August 29, 2019
The Little Mix ladies are known for never been afraid to express themselves. Leigh-Anne, Perrie, Jade, and Jesy have often opened up about their very own personal demons. They aren’t afraid to talk about topics which some others might consider as delicate to talk about in public. Body positivity, self-love and mental health awareness have been some of the themes they have focused on in the past. Perrie has spoken out about her battle with anxiety, while Jade has spoken out about her battle with anorexia as a teen.
In The Odd One Out, Jesy will open up about her own personal story including her experiences with body shaming and trolling and how it affected her mental health.
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Mental health awareness is something we should all be talking about more. Having suffered myself I decided I want to do something about it. So I’m pleased to announce I'm making a film with the BBC, telling my own personal story and exploring how social media, body shaming and trolling is effecting the mental health of young people. More details coming soon. @bbcone @bbcthree
However, we won’t just be able to follow Jesy’s story, viewers will be introduced to others who have also been affected by the topics being discussed. Viewers will see Jesy get the chance to discuss their experiences with mental health and how they’ve been affected by online trolling.
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So as you all know I’ve been filming over the past few months for my BBC documentary. I’ve been telling my own personal story on mental health issues and online bullying. It’s been such an emotional rollercoaster filming this but I’ve met so many incredible and inspirational people along the way. I’m so so excited to share it with you soon?? @bbcone @bbcthree
Sadly Jesy still has to deal with online bullies who clearly type out horrid remarks before they think, as her boyfriend Chris Hughes recently defended the singer after a particularly nasty comment from a troll online. He said in his Instagram story “Find it so strange that grown women enjoy insulting young girls they don’t even know…. Honestly. Some of the people that follow me and give my girlfriend abuse is actually sickening.” “Your lives must be so miserable, that you can only feel for them.”
Here at CelebMix we applaud Chris for defending his girlfriend against the needless and senseless attack on his girlfriend by complete strangers.
If you have been bullied online or know someone that has then please contact Cybersmile, one of the leading resources on dealing with bullying online, There Twitter has lots of useful hints and tips and has someone online 24/7 if you need advice or need to talk!
‘Odd One Out’, will be airing on the 12th September at 9 pm on BBC Three!
Let us know at @CelebMix if you will be watching Jesy Nelson: The Odd One Out!