Musician/actress Kate Nash rose to fame in 2007 and, after changing her pop sound to punk, she was dumped by her label via text. In 'Underestimate The Girl', she takes control of her voice in the music industry.
Elle Woods once said, "Never underestimate a girl with a french manicure..."
"Making music keeps me alive and being in the music industry has almost killed me." @katenash fights against betrayal and misogyny and finally takes control of her artistic freedom. Watch Kate Nash: Underestimate The Girl on iPlayer.
Singer & actress @katenash talks about her role as Queen Boudicca in @HHTheMovie which opens in cinemas on Friday and her documentary 'Underestimate the Girl' @BBCiPlayer about being female in the music industry. Listen to Kate with Eleri from 4.20 pm
"Making music keeps me alive and being in the music industry has almost killed me." Watch as @katenash fights against betrayal and misogyny and finally takes control of her artistic freedom. Watch Underestimate The Girl, now on iPlayer.
Gutted for the #Lionesses but really enjoyed watching them as a pure footballing spectacle, bereft of some of the baggage of the men’s game. Can’t underestimate what it may have meant for every little girl watching. Suspect it might have inspired a generation. Hope so.
As @katenash tells her story in the 💯 Underestimate The Girl, we look at other major, must-see music docs.
“And that’s why you shouldn’t underestimate women: they’ll look like a pretty little girl and they’ll steal the children right out from under you.”— on Ivanka Trump
If you're going to underestimate girl reporter Hilde Lysiak, she has some advice for you: “Go ahead, but do it at your own risk.” 🗒️
Amazing to see #Malala back at school. Never underestimate a young girl trying to determine her own future.