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'The Biggest Loser' Season 13 winner: Did Jeremy or Conda beat Kim?

"The Biggest Loser" announced its Season 13 finale on the Tuesday, May 1 show. After incredibly grueling months, Kim, Jeremy, and Conda were the three finalists. Before the announcement, though, the 14 eliminated contestants were set to weigh in for the $100,000 prize for the most weight lost at home. In the end, it came down to Emily and Mike. Emily's weight loss was commendable, given that she'd lost 102 lbs for a total percent weight loss of 38.64. It wasn't quite enough to beat Mike, though -- he'd started at 358 and finally weighed in at 198, for a total 44.69%.Then, it was time for our three finalists to come out and stand alongside their obese holograms. The top two ended up being Jeremy and Kim, with Conda knocked out of the running by Jeremy's shocking 51.16% weight loss -- and after Kim's 46.83% loss was evaluated, Jeremy was proclaimed the winner!It's hard to... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/the-biggest-loser-season-13-winner-did-jeremy-or-conda-beat-kim.html

The Biggest Loser 2012 Season 13 Finale

The Biggest Loser  Season 13 Episode 18  airs Tuesday May 1 on NBC at 8 pm. Episode Synopsis : "THE BIGGEST LOSER" REVEALED IN EXCITING SEASON FINALE  – In this must-see, exciting live finale, the contestants from this season return for a special reunion and a chance to weigh in one last time – and show America how much weight they’ve all lost since beginning their weight-loss journeys. Those who have been eliminated will compete for the $100,000 "at home" prize. Then it’s the moment viewers have been waiting for, when one of the three finalists will be named this season’s "Biggest Loser" and win the coveted grand prize of $250,000! Alison Sweeney hosts the series, and trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince also star. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2012/05/01/the-biggest-loser-2012-season-13-finale/  

'Biggest Loser': Which Contestant Earned Their Way Into The Finals

Despite joining in the final five in protesting and complaining about eliminated contestants getting a chance to come back on " The Biggest Loser " (Tue., 8 p.m. ET on NBC), Conda and her brother Jeremy found themselves supporting it this week. At least, as long as it was used to deposit Jeremy into the Finals. After getting eliminated last week, he had to face off against every contestant who didn't quit the show for the final position in the finale. But that didn't stop him or Conda from whining and complaining all week about how unfair it all was. Maybe next season should be a season of "No Whining!" The biggest surprise of the night came with Mike, who was eliminated in the second week of the competition. He made it all the way to the final of several rounds of competition alongside Jeremy and Lauren, who was eliminated in the fourth week. Both Mike and Lauren are inspirations for people that it can be done at home, and without making excuses or complaining. In the end, though, the show found itself right back where it started. Jeremy outlasted Mike in the end and reclaimed that third spot. So it's down -- again -- to Kim, and the brother-sister duo of Conda and Jeremy. All three got warm welcomes at home and began prepping for the finale. Next week, find out who wins "The Biggest Loser" next Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/w5ayEi97Wm4/the-biggest-loser-jeremy-_n_1451112.html

'The Biggest Loser's' Alison Sweeney: Mark and Buddy 'already won'

"The Biggest Loser" had an unprecedented event on Tuesday's show (April 17) this week. The final five contestants revolted against the eliminated contestants being allowed to return and compete for a spot in the finals. Two contestants, Mark Cornelison and Allen "Buddy" Shuh, ended up quitting over how unfair they felt it was.Host Alison Sweeney does a weekly blog for People and she had this to say about the revolt:"The campus is not a prison, and any contestant can leave whenever they want ... No doubt, it's an incredibly difficult situation to be in - and as contestants who make it this far in the competition always say, it's incredibly emotionally and physically exhausting. And when you've been so focused on one thing for so intently, sometimes it's hard to pull back and see the forest for the trees ...As Jeff read, this twist was specifically included in the contracts each contestant signed before joining... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/04/the-biggest-losers-alison-sweeney-mark-and-buddy-already-won.html

'The Biggest Loser': Jeremy Britt talks walkout episode and the unfair twist

Jeremy Britt was one of five contestants to threaten to quit on Tuesday's (April 17) highly anticipated episode of "The Biggest Loser" over the twist in which previously eliminated contestants would be allowed to compete for a chance to return. Britt opted to stay in the game only to be eliminated for the lowest weight loss this week. So does he regret the decision to stay?"At the moment when I was eliminated, kind of," Britt says during a conference call Wednesday. "I made it a point to stay so I could go to my interviews and I could speak my side of what was going on." Host Alison Sweeney and a lawyer for the show sat down with each of the contestants during the episode to discuss the revolt. During Britt's sit-down, the attorney pointed out that the show's contract clearly states that previously eliminated contestants will be allowed back into the competition. Britt says... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/04/the-biggest-loser-jeremy-britt-talks-walkout-episode-and-the-unfair-twist.html

Contestants Walk Off 'The Biggest Loser,' But Who Quit The Show?

In an unprecedented play for power, the final five contestants on " The Biggest Loser " (Tue., 8 p.m. ET on NBC) got wind of a twist that would allow the eliminated contestants a chance to get back in the game, and consequently decided they were going to collectively quit the show. Production shut down as Alison Sweeney brought in a lawyer to remind contestants that this twist had been in their contract all along; not to mention that this sort of thing happens almost every season on the show. The contestants were left to think over their choices, and both Mark and Buddy decided to leave the show in protest. Suddenly the final three was established and it was the brother/sister pair of Jeremy and Conda joining Kim. Because of this, the final weigh-in had a red line, making that shot at the finale all about the numbers. They all brought big numbers -- perhaps because of the unspecified length of time production was shut down? -- but it came down to Jeremy and Conda, with Jeremy falling short. Next week, all the eliminated contestants who didn't quit fight for their chance to join Kim and Conda in the finale. Follow all the drama on "The Biggest Loser" every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/7JM_lpesn2Y/the-biggest-loser-contestants-walk-off-quit-video_n_1433417.html

'The Biggest Loser' revolt: Who quit from the final five?

They've been teasing it all season - the episode where the final five contestants make an unprecedented move on "The Biggest Loser" and revolt. The reason is because the contestants have heard about the show bringing back past contestants and one of them getting a chance to rejoin the show and now the current contestants want to quit because they see that as unfair.It's actually rather fascinating to watch this play out, since viewers are rarely given such insight into the behind-the-scenes goings-on of a reality show.Trainers Bob and Dolvett are pretty floored that the final five are pulling this stunt since this is the way the show works most seasons, so they try to have a talk with the contestants, but the contestants really aren't engaging with the trainers. The trainers argue that because this isn't a new twist to the show, nobody should care. But just because it's something the show does doesn't... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/04/the-biggest-loser-revolt-who-quit-from-the-final-five.html

'The Biggest Loser' cast revolts: Set walk-off over game-changing twist finally hits TV

Back in February, "The Biggest Loser" made tabloid headlines when the current cast walked off set in protest of a game-changing twist that would've seen previously eliminated contestants allowed back in the competition for a crack at the $1 million grand prize.Now, just one week after the big two-part makeover episode that saw the "Loser"s head to Washington D.C. and visit First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House, that incident is finally making it to air. In a preview for the new episode, trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince are seen heading through the ranch with the production crew searching for their trainees.Meanwhile, the contestants say in voiceovers that they're shocked that things have happened like this and they never expected things to turn out this way. How very mysterious! It's great NBC is actually acknowledging the brouhaha instead of glossing over the event, especially since it will likely come up throughout the rest... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/04/the-biggest-loser-cast-revolts-set-walk-off-over-game-changing-twist-finally-hits-tv.html

TV ratings: 'Glee' returns quietly while 'The Voice' and NBC rise Tuesday

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, April 10, 2012The first new "Glee" in close to two months didn't make a very big ratings splash Tuesday, finishing below its last original episode in February. "The Voice" results show, however, improved on its numbers from last week and led NBC to a better showing throughout the night.Per usual, CBS had the most viewers in primetime, although its dramas came in below their usual numbers. ABC's "Cougar Town" was up in viewers over its last airing three weeks ago, and "New Girl" got a boost among adults 18-49.Network numbers coming shortly. Tuesday hour by hour:8 p.m.CBS: "NCIS" (17.3 million viewers, 11.2/17 households)FOX: "Glee" (6.7 million, 4.2/7)NBC: "The Biggest Loser" (6.7 million, 4.1/7)ABC: "Last Man Standing" (6.7 million, 4.3/7)/"Cougar Town" (5 million, 3.3/5)The CW: "90210" rerun (864,000, 0.6/1)18-49 leader: "NCIS" (3.1)9 p.m.ABC: "Dancing With the Stars" results (13 million, 9.0/13)CBS: "NCIS: Los Angeles" (12.8 million, 8.5/12)NBC: "The Voice" results (8.9... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/04/tv-ratings-glee-returns-quietly-while-the-voice-and-nbc-rise-tuesday.html

Michelle Obama Works Out With 'Biggest Loser' Contestants

It was a whirlwind of emotions on " The Biggest Loser " (Tue., 8 p.m. ET on NBC) as the contestants started the hour working out with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of her " Let's Move! " initiative, and ended it facing a tough choice in the elimination chamber. Before getting there, though, Chris took a tough phone call from Roy who basically told her he wasn't managing at home without her, and wanted her to come home. Conflicted, she went on a rather disturbing bing eating bout, including some unusual food combinations. Despite a breakthrough later about her own worth with Bob, the damage was done, and Chris gained two pounds on the scale. That had her facing off against Kim for elimination. Kim, who's felt for weeks that she has no allies or real friends in the house, was stunned when the first two votes were to send Chris home. That was enough, and Chris went home where she was able to continue her weight loss journey with success. Next week, the controversy that made headlines back in February. According to reports, contestants walked off the set in response to a twist introduced by producers that they weren't so thrilled with. At the time it was unclear if the drama would play out on television, but it looks like it will. Watch the reality television first as "The Biggest Loser" continues Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/pbJQltjWG2g/the-biggest-loser-working-out-michelle-obama-video_n_1416880.html
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