Jesy Nelson‘s new mental health documentary, Odd One Out, premiered tonight on BBC Three and she’s getting a ton of support from fans and friends.
The 27-year-old singer’s Little Mix bandmates also sent their support to her on Instagram.
“My best friend talks about not only the struggles she went through personally which is heartbreaking but what young people experience everyday!” Perrie Edwards shared. “She’s the bravest bad ass I know. I’m beyond proud of you @jesynelson.”
Leigh-Anne Pinnock added, “I am beyond proud of this woman and the change she is going to make with this doc!”
“Couldn’t be prouder of my sister,” Jade Thirlwall started in her heartfelt post. “I’m grateful that she is finally able to tell her story and help so many others in doing so. And who better to create this when than @adambgoodall. So proud of you both. This is going to change people’s lives and hopefully people’s perspectives of the damage social media trolling can do. We’ll all be watching this tonight.”
There’s no word on when or if the documentary will premiere in the US yet.
If you missed it, you can find out why Jesy wanted to make the documentary on JJJ here.
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