Tulisa thanks fans for support following Tulisa: The Price Of Fame show

Published Tuesday, Jul 29 2014, 13:54 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Tulisa Contostavlos has thanked fans for their support following her one-off documentary which aired last night.

Tulisa: The Price Of Fame followed the former X Factor judge for 13 months, beginning shortly before her drugs arrest last June and ending with the collapse of her recent trial at Southwark Crown Court in London.

Tulisa Contostavlos appears on Tulisa: The Price Of Fame - 28 July 2014


There was plenty of tears and emotions in the BBC3 programme, as Tulisa kept fans updated with her court appearances and the affect it was having on her life and mental health.

At one point, Tulisa admitted to taking 11 co-codamol at her lowest ebb, as she felt suicidal by everything that was happening in her life.

Tulisa continually protested her innocence in the lead-up to and during the court case, which saw her stand accused of offering to introduce an undercover reporter to a drug dealer, and on 21 July the case against her was thrown out amid allegations that Mazher Mahmood (the reporter) had lied under oath.

Earlier today, Tulisa thanked her followers for supporting her.

Tulisa Contostavlos appears on Tulisa: The Price Of Fame - 28 July 2014


Taking to Twitter this afternoon, Tulisa said: "Thank you for all the love about the show x."

Last night, she tweeted: "If you'd like to see my side of the story, watch the BBC documentary following the last 13 months of my life tonight, 10pm, BBC3."

But while many people have come down on the N-Dubz star's side, one certain person has been quick to blast her.

Last night, Tulisa's ex-boyfriend, Justin 'MC Ultra' Edwards branded her documentary a "pity party".

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