Little Mix star Jesy Nelson is producing a documentary for the BBC in which she will investigate issues of encompassing body disgracing and emotional wellness in the age of social media and influencers. The documentary is titled as “Jesy Nelson: My Story” and will air on BBC’s youth-skewed online channel BBC Three and then play on BBC One.
Star from Little Mix which has achieved worldwide success and Nelson declared this upcoming documentary venture, in an Instagram post that scored more than 100,000 views soon after it went up.
Major countries like the U.K are having a live debate in the surrounding mental health, and if we believe to highlighted statistics provided by none other than Nelson, we will see a notable proportion of people will undergo mental health problems at some period in their lives. “It’s a subject I for one ponder enough, and I’m making this film since I extremely need to have a change and effect to other individuals’ lives,” Jesy said in her Instagram post.
Jesy Nelson has herself been in the spotlight and under extraordinary media attention for as far back as since Little Mix won “X Factor” and turned into a breakout achievement. According to producers, they expect her to bring the same unique insight into the documentary and will also share her personal experiences, as well as interact with young people who have been affected.
“As a youthful female in a successful young lady band where serious comment from the open world is the standard, Jesy offers a one of a kind point of view on the effect of social media on an individual and their psychological wellness,” said Fiona Campbell, controller of BBC Three.
October Films is creating this upcoming documentary. Adam Goodall takes up the job of Director. The Executive Producers are Richard Cook, Adam Bullmore, and Matt Robins Candace Davies will be the producer of this project.
“Jesy’s willingness to share her experiences and convey her feelings is beyond impressive. Her voyage will change the discussion around psychological wellness in this nation and contact hearts around the world.”