The hour-long feature goes on a journey of rehabilitation as the singer opens up about the abuse she endured from cyberbullies and how she tried to take her own life.
People sat down to listen to Jesys story, from being known as the fat one from Little Mix and becoming obsessed with checking negative comments on her appearance on social media to creating body positive anthems like Strip.
Heartbroken to hear about the singers battle, fans took to social media to support the 28-year-old singer.
One viewer tweeted: Wow hats off to Jesy Nelson for opening up about suicide/bullying! I happen to think shes beautiful.
Saddened to hear #JesyNelsons story of the online trolls who drove her to attempt suicide. The cruelty of some people is really beyond comprehension at times, another tweeted.
The feature also saw the singers mum Janice Wright speak about regretting letting her once bubbly and fun daughter onto the X Factor auditions.
She had said: I always say I wish it was back to normal. I wish I could have life as it was and have my funny little Jess back. I am so proud and when I watch her on stage I get excited. Im the loudest cheerer in the crowd.
But as much as I love all that, and people must think how you can say that, if I could have my Jess back as she was before Id change it like that.
Jesy wasnt alone as her documentary debuted.
Fellow Little Mix star Perrie uploaded to her story: Tonight at 9pm my best friend talks about not only the struggle she went through personally which is heartbreaking but what young people experience everyday! Shes the bravest badass I know. Im beyond proud of you @jesynelson.
Geordie Shores Holly Hagan was just as enthralled by the feature as we were, posting on her story: Anyone whos been bullied/is a bully needs to watch Jesy Nelson Odd One Out. This girl is the most brave and beautiful woman.
My favourite from day one. The girl I saw so much of myself in. Please know that not everything on social media is what it seems. We are all human beings.
The star then goes on to warn others to think before they speak as kindness costs nothing.