Chris Hughes praises Jesy Nelson



Chris Hughes has praised his girlfriend Jesy Nelson for being a great role model.

She then revealed that she attempted to take her own life, explaining "I felt that I physically couldn't tolerate the pain any more".

She added: "I just kept saying 'I just want to die".

Her attempt was stopped thanks to her then boyfriend who, when he realised what had happened, called an ambulance and Jesy was treated in hospital.

Little Mix star Jesy Nelson has opened up about being the victim of cyberbullying ahead of her documentary, "Odd One Out".

Nelson said she reached her lowest point in 2013 after performing again on "The X Factor" and receiving more online abuse about her appearance.

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Speaking with The Guardian in that high-profile sit-down, Nelson opened up about her precarious mental position rising to the top with the all-girl group.

In the BBC documentary, which will be available on the iPlayer and will air on BBC One from 12 September, she recalled how the bullying began nearly immediately after the X Factor.

"The only way I can describe the agony is like continually getting heartbroken", she claimed in the documentary, per the BBC.

Chris Hughes praises Jesy Nelson

"I was known as the fat, ugly one. But I only care about mine".

"Everybody informed me to ignore it - nevertheless it used to be fancy an addiction". She will never go back on it.

Jesy continued: "The whole world had an opinion on me and they weren't good ones".

The star also admits that she became "obsessed" with reading negative comments about herself.

Nelson stated while she smooth has inferior days, "reasonably than beating myself up about it and being depressing, I like, "OK, I'm going to love my 2d of being unhappy, and I'll be over it".

She says her motivations for making the programme were to try to help others.

The singer told the newspaper that she reached a turning point while touring with Demi Lovato in the U.S. in 2014, when one of Lovato's dancers pulled her aside and told her to quit Twitter.

"I mean, I'm up for that", she said, "Definitely. he's such an incredible artist so that would be unbelievable".

Jesy deleted Twitter since the incident, which she found was a huge breeding ground for ruthlessly vile comments. "For me, at that point, I really honestly felt like there wasn't and if you'd have told me four years ago that I'd be sat here talking about it feeling stronger than ever I would never have believed you".

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