Jesy Nelson’s Documentary about Depression Breaks BBC Records
Little Mix's, Jesy Nelson, has recently released a biopic / documentary highlighting her battle with depression and cyber-bullying.
Jesy Nelson’s recently released documentary “Odd One Out” breaks all previous viewing records for BBC Three.
According to details, Little Mix’s, Jesy Nelson, opens up about her fight with depression and cyber bullying in her latest documentary Odd One Out.
Reportedly, it has broken previous viewing records for BBC Three. The documentary which mainly focuses on the British stars personal experiences of cyber bullying aims to raise awareness about mental health and effects of cyber-bullying.
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So this is it guys! Here is the official trailer for my documentary #oddoneout which is airing this Thursday at 9pm on BBC 1, and on BBC Three iPlayer. I've gone on such a journey since filming started and met some of the most inspirational people. I can't wait to finally share it with the world and hope that it helps other people who might be going through what I did. ❤️
Since her first appearace on the British version of The X Factor, the show has become one of the most watched since it was moved online in 2016. In the week of its release, it was recorded as the top programme on BBC iPlayer with 1.87 million requests, 64% of them from 16-34 year olds.
BBC Three commission, Odd One Out aired on BBC One on Thursday September 12th, and since then, 4.7 million people have watched it, with a 55% growth in viewers as compared to initial ratings.
Reportedly, Jesy Nelson took to her Instagram account and thanked her fans (mixers as they are popularly referred to) for their support: “So overwhelmed by the response to Odd One Out! It means the world to me”, she stated.
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