Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson opens up about her depression after not being able to cope with internet trolls.Heart
You can read (click here) article and interview with Jesy for VICE!
The Little Mix singer reflects on almost a decade in the spotlight, and the depression and anxiety that stemmed from obsessively reading comments people had written about her online.
There’s a rash on Jesy Nelson’s cleavage and she wants me to look at it. “It comes up every time I talk about all this stuff,” she says, smiling. The Little Mix singer is mid-way through telling me about her new BBC documentary, which aired last night, but has stopped to point at her chest. She’s clearly a little nervous, and not just because this is the first interview the 28-year-old can remember doing without her bandmates by her side.READ MORE & INFO: vice.com
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Jesy’s documentary is already available on BBC iPlayer! This video contains some strong language and some upsetting scenes!!
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Ahead of her documentary, ‘Odd One Out’, Jesy Nelson spoke to Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp about the negative effects online trolls had had on her, and how the constant abuse nearly made her quit Little Mix.Capital FM
In the latest edition of GLAMOUR UNFILTERED Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson opens up to @JoshSmithHosts about how online trolls made her suicidal, why she decided to make the BBC Three documentary ‘Odd One Out’ and how therapy is the best thing she’s ever done. Plus the Little Mix star reveals at one stage she ‘starved herself for four days’ during her deepest depression after she ‘stopped turning up for work.’ Are you inspired by Jesy’s story?Glamour Magazine UK
Emily Atack sits down with Jesy Nelson after watching the Little Mix star’s documentary about the bullying and trolling she’s received ever since she first appeared on The X Factor. The documentary ‘Odd One Out’ explores the country’s issues with body image and the mental health-related consequences that this can have on people, no matter their age. Emily Atack says she can empathise with Jesy’s struggles in the media, having experienced similar attacks throughout her career.Lorraine