Last year, the world was abuzz talking about how ridiculous and wrong the concept behind NBC’s The Biggest Loser is. Why? Because Rachel Ferguson won the show and looked dangerously skinny (see article here). Even one of the show’s trainers, Jillian Michaels, looked shocked and concerned when Ferguson appeared.
Now, one of a the third season finalists, Kai Hibbard, is speaking out about the scary truth of what it is like to be on the weight loss reality show.
‘The whole f- -king show,” she told the New York Post, “is a fat-shaming disaster that I’m embarrassed to have participated in.”
Hibbard began by describing the process of what first happens when the 50 finalists are chosen. Contestants are made to sign contracts giving away rights to their own story lines and forbidding them to speak badly about the show. No big shock. But then they are essentially held…
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