Little Mix star Jesy Nelson's documentary Odd One Out will come to our telly screens this evening – the programme will reveal Jesy's experiences of online trolling and bullying with the intention of raising awareness about mental health and suicide.
Jesy, 28, herself recently revealed her own struggles with online bullies, and that she tried to take her own life in 2013.
Now boyfriend Chris Hughes – of Love Island fame – has shared with his fans his thoughts, feelings, and how important he feels the documentary is.
Filming himself in the street, Chris says: "Guys, what's happening? So, Jess's documentary Odd One Out is out tonight on BBC One at 9pm. Please support it, it's been a very brave thing to do, a very honest thing to do, and it's gonna help so many people who are suffering from trolling, anything related to social media and it gives you just a fantastic insight into everything she's been through.
"It can be very relatable and help so many people."
Jesy faced abuse since winning The X Factor in 2011 alongside band mates Perrie , Leigh-Anne and Jade . Trolls branded her "the fat one", and Odd One Out sees her candidly recount how this affected her life.
She will meet other victims of cyber-bullying throughout the course of the documentary. Chris also features, and tells of how he feels for someone so damaged by the cruelty of anonymous Internet users.
Chris adds: "She's just an amazing girl who went through so many struggles post-X Factor, and even in her life before X Factor. It was never easy for her, she's just a girl with an unbelievable talent and she got trolled for it."
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