Jesy Nelson may be one-quarter of a hugely successful girl band, but she's also a human being - something that many people forget, as she revealed in her BBC documentary last night.
The Little Mix star's 'Odd One Out' documentary saw her examine the role that social media played in her depression, revealing that bullies who constantly criticised her for her looks and her weight drove her to attempt suicide a few years ago.
She also spoke to other people who had been victims of social media trolls, including the parents of one teenager who had taken her own life after being bullied online.
The documentary was really rather powerful and well-received by most people. Others, meanwhile, particularly criticised controversial commentator Katie Hopkins, who the documentary revealed had called Nelson a 'chubber' after Little Mix returned to 'The X Factor' in 2013.
Here's what people had to say about it all...
Jesy nelson is a brave beautiful women. But sadly she’s not the only one who falls victim to the abuse from troll accounts with no identities. This has gone on for too long now. SORT IT OUT SOCIAL MEDIA WORLD. ✋🏼✋🏼✋🏼✋🏼✋🏼✋🏼
— Charlotte Crosby (@Charlottegshore) September 12, 2019
💞💞💞 jesy nelson!!!!! 💞💞💞 that’s the tweet!!!
that documentary was EVERYTHING. so SO important. everyone please watch. you have NO IDEA how much comments can impact someone. not sure why people think just because someone is famous, means they don’t have emotions. #OddOneOut
— Rachel Leary (@rach_leary) September 12, 2019
— Aileen Kerr (@aileenkerr34) September 12, 2019
— Lea Shaw ✂🏎🏁 (@leashawhair) September 12, 2019
What a beautiful and brave girl Jesy is. All she wanted was to be a singer and entertain people and bastards calling her fat every time she looks at social media including that odious Katie twat Hopkins. Jesy has more beauty & class in a strand of hair than that bitch #JesyNelson
— Alexander Gray 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 (@Fabinhohmydays) September 12, 2019
So much love for @LittleMix star Jesy Nelson for showing how bad online abuse has got and for being such an incredible role model. Online bullies and the companies that enable them must be held to account. And we should all be much, much kinder #OddOneOut
— Lisa Nandy (@lisanandy) September 12, 2019
That Jesy Nelson documentary is one of the saddest things I’ve watched🥺 some horrific people in this world
— juj (@gpickfordx) September 13, 2019
The courage it must have taken Jesy Nelson to make that doc. What an inspiring woman 💕
— Lauren Bryant (@_lauren_bryant_) September 13, 2019
The Jesy Nelson documentary on cyber bullying was really tough to watch, as it was relatable in most parts. This needs to be played in all schools and colleges up and down the country to spread awareness of online trolling and bullying.
— Megan (@Megsayy_) September 13, 2019
What a woman Jesy Nelson. It pains me what she went through but wow you have just done so much for so many #OddOneOut thank you for sharing ❤️
— Olivia Bowen Buckland (@OliviaDBuck) September 13, 2019