Jesy Nelson Making BBC Documentary
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson has said she’d awakened with the BBC for an upcoming documentary exploring body image and mental wellbeing. She wishes to make a change and a difference to other people’s lifestyles. The Little Mix singer will look at how growing up in social network fuelled era of selfies, body shaming and trolling is having a deep effect on the mental wellbeing of young people.
The 27-year-old singer said that is a project really close to my heart, and I am excited to work with the BBC on a documentary. She set to share her very personal experiences, as well as talking to young individuals who’ve affected. Alongside a short video posted on Instagram announcing the news, Nelson wrote: Emotional health consciousness is something we must all be speaking about more.
Having suffered myself I decided that I need to do something about it. Jesy has blunt about her very own experience with human anatomy shaming. And trolling through years and brutally targeted when she contestant on The X Factor in 2011.
Speaking in the VT at that time. Individuals are writing a couple of nasty comments and it’s just got to me a little bit. When you have got your very own insecurities and after that when individuals go and inform you personally and write them on web sites for everybody to see it just makes you feel really crap.
Fiona Campbell BBC Controller:
Fiona Campbell the controller of the BBC states BBC has a rich history of delivering impactful movies. And we really pleased that we may offer a stage for Jesy to tell her the story. As a young female at a successful woman band where extreme scrutiny from the public is the standard.
Jesy offers a distinctive viewpoint on the effect social network may have on a person and their mental wellbeing. It promises to be an eye-opening watch, filled with generic themes that will without doubts resonates with our audience.
David Brindley BBC’s head of orders responsible for popular entertainment. He said we excited to work with Jesy on what promises to be an extremely personal movie.
We expect her encounters while making the documentary. That will be useful both to her and millions of others around the nation that are going through comparable experiences.