TV tonight: Emotional documentary Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out hits our screens

TV tonight: Emotional documentary Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out hits our screens


It’s Thursday night, baby!

This means we have some great television to enjoy including our usual visits Emmerdale and the EastEnders of Albert Square, while Billy Connolly treats us to a trip around New Jersey.

Additionally, those looking for some romance can enjoy the delights of First Dates Hotel and also new dating series Singleton on ITV2 hosted by Joel Dommett and Emily Atack.

Finally, Little Mix star Jesy Nelson opens up about her own body issues as a result of intense cyberbullying about her weight in the documentary Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out.

Here are the shows you have to look forward to this evening.

Jesy Nelson: ‘Odd One Out’

BBC One at 9pm

Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out

In a very personal documentary, Little Mix star Jesy Nelson discusses being impacted by cyberbullying due to her weight and body image, whilst also being seen alongside her boyfriend and Love Island star Chris Hughes.

Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes

ITV at 8.30pm

TV favourite Paul O’Grady returns to Great Ormond Street Hospital to meet some inspiring children undergoing immense hardship with heartwarming character.

First Dates Hotel

Channel 4 at 9pm

Fred welcomes more singletons to the First Dates Hotel in the hopes of finding romance. Tonight a radio station manager named Paul and a dancer named Anna find an instant connection, while lawyer Lianne connects with legal worker Sia.

Singleton

ITV2 at 9pm

Emily Atack and Joel Dommett host the show

Joel Dommett and Emily Atack show the crews what their exes have been doing without them in the latest instalment of the new dating series.

Billy Connolly’s Great American Trail

ITV at 9pm

The comedy legend visits Kearny, New Jersey and learns about the heritage of football before visiting the Martin guitar company.

Emmerdale

ITV at 7pm and 8pm

In tonight’s visit to the Dales, Jessie reminisces with Al before giving in to temptation, Doug is caught red-handed, and the village is shaken by the long-awaited return of Mandy Dingle.

EastEnders

BBC One at 7.30pm

Clay Milner Russell as Bobby Beale in Eastenders

On the Square tonight, Bobby continues to struggle with his demons, Rainie tries to manipulate a situation to her advantage, while Chantelle worries about the competition – prompting Karen and Mitch to try and help their daughter.

What will you be watching on the box tonight? Let us know in the comments below.



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