Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jesy Nelson are known as members of one of the most popular women’s music groups in the world right now – Little Mix.
They came together in 2011 to become the first group to win the talent show “The X Factor,” after which they signed a deal with Simon Cowell and his record label Syco Music, and the rest is history.
Girls are enjoying great popularity today, especially in the UK, and one of the members, 28-year-old Jesy Nelson, was a star on Tuesday at the National Television Awards in London.
In an orange corset dress with a neckline and slit, the young musician and her curves were at the center of attention.
Still, in the beginning, Jesy was often criticized for her figure, about she often openly talked about. Over time, she gained confidence, and today many women look at her as an icon and a role model.
Jesy used to work as a waitress but never gave up on her dreams. She received the award for her emotional documentary “Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out” in London on Tuesday. In a speech, she thanked her boyfriend, Chris Hughes, for boosting her confidence every day and encouraging her to move on.
— National TV Awards (@OfficialNTAs) January 28, 2020
The documentary follows the subject of Jesy’s confidence issues and online trolls’ abuse for being “the fat one.” Nelson opened up about the effects cyberbullies have had on her life.
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