Stacey Dooley praises ‘admirable’ Jesy Nelson for heartbreaking Odd One Out documentary

Strictly Come Dancing champion Stacey Dooley is understood for her hard-hitting documentaries on the BBC.

But tonight, it’s the flip of Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson, who opens up on her psychological well being, battling with cyber bullies and a suicide try.

The singer’s documentary Odd One Out airs on the BBC tonight and appears at her fame following an look on X Factor in 2011.

Ahead of its debut, Stacey piled reward on the star for talking out truthfully and brazenly.

Warning viewers and followers to not miss the documentary, BBC One tweeted: “‘I would leave halfway through a photoshoot, because I couldn’t bear looking at myself.’

Watch @BBCThree’s Jesy Nelson: ‘Odd One Out’ tonight at 9pm on @BBCOne & @BBCiPlayer. #OddOneOut.”

Stacey shared the tweet with her 297,800 followers including: “So admirable to place your self out, so truthfully like this.

“I’ve at all times been the BIGGEST @LittleMix fan, and at all times thought Jesy was superb. Well accomplished girl.

Fans had been fast to agree with Stacey, providing their very own reward and assist to Jesy.

One replied: “You know, musically, they’re not for me (at 40, I’m not their target market).

“But truthful play to younger Jesy – she ought to be very pleased with herself for overcoming such terrible abuse and for sharing her experiences. Someone on the market will likely be saved by her braveness.”

Another added: “Actually all tremendous proficient (uncommon) and shocked that Jesy felt so low, as a result of she is each bit as attractive because the others, genuinely.

“Dress dimension doesn’t matter, healthiness is totally different for totally different individuals.”

Ahead of the documentary, Jesy spoke candidly about feeling “jealous” of her bandmates.

She instructed Capital FM: “I used to be so jealous and envious of how joyful they had been.

“I simply needed to know the way it felt to really feel joyful.”

Jesy revealed that issues bought so dangerous she considered strolling away from the band.

“Yeah [I nearly left the band],” she defined.

“For them, it was exhausting as properly. They’re residing their dream.

“To have somebody always down and depressed on a regular basis, you do not need that while you’re residing your finest life. It was exhausting to be joyful and console me at occasions.”

Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out airs tonight at 9pm on BBC One.

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