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Ex Biggest Loser Australia Contestant Alison Braun Confidently Shows Off Her Bikini Body in Stunning Selfie

Ex Biggest Loser Australia Contestant Alison Braun Confidently Shows Off Her Bikini Body in Stunning Selfie
// Posted by Alison Braun on Sunday, October 11, 2015 Love that confidence! Alison Braun began her weight loss journey seven years ago on Season 3 of The Biggest Loser Australia. In the time since, she's continued to strive for a healthier, happier life -- a life she celebrated on Monday, Oct. 12, by sharing a stunning bikini selfie from her vacation in Bali. Braun, who started Tbl with a starting weight of 121.7 kilograms (about 280 pounds), posted the picture to Twitter and Facebook, where it quickly earned [...]
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A cock and balls story from The Project

To Sydney’s Comedy Store and Ten’s storming showcase from the team on The Project.

And the loudest heckles came from an unlikely source – with The Biggest Loser trainer Michelle Bridges having apparently warmed up early for the event. At one point – when Tom Ballard showed off his pasty white belly – Bridges yelled out “Shit!” loudly enough to make The Project regular and Triple J morning presenter wince.

But Dave Hughes probably had the most honest line of the night, telling the audience: ‘Thank fuck The Voice has finished.”

But Charlie Pickering had the biggest confession, telling the audience that his dark secret since the show began is that at the end of each episode, he says goodnight, turns to his script and draws “a cock and balls”. He volunteered that it now comes so naturally, that on occasion he does it while maintaining eye contact with the night’s guest.
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'Biggest Loser' Australian eliminated contestants return

'Biggest Loser' Australian eliminated contestants return
Three former contestants from The Biggest Loser Australia have returned to the game. Brenda Hunt, Lydia Hantke and Rebekah Gilchrist all won the right to re-enter the weight loss reality television show in last night's episode. Hunt and Gilchrist were both eliminated weeks ago, while Lydia left The Biggest Loser compound last week. They then all joined a secret training group run by Shannan Ponton, beating other past contestants such as Luke Stephens and Hamish Elliott to get the chance to weigh in again. Former red team members Hunt and Hantke both rejoined the game after being the most successful weight losers that week, leaving Gilchrist, Lisa Ritherdon and Simon Hurley to face the vote. Housemates Margie Cummins, Graham Pilson, Alex Zorzi, Michelle Cortesao and Kasey Cheesman (more)
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'The Biggest Loser' eliminates another contestant

'The Biggest Loser' eliminates another contestant
Lydia Hantke has left The Biggest Loser. The tourism manager from Tasmania, who lost 38.6kg during her time on the Australian weight loss reality TV show, was eliminated from the competition after falling below the yellow line alongside Michelle Cortesao. Hantke gained 400g and lost immunity after eating eight cupcakes during a temptation challenge. She was also unable to train for 24 hours after suffering a knee injury. Despite being eliminated, the 34-year-old was asked to join trainer Shannan Ponton's secret group of eliminated contestants, which currently features old competitors such as Selena Brown, Luke Stephens and Lisa Ritherdon. As part of this team, Hantke could win the right to return into the (more)
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'Excess Baggage' winners announced

Ajay Rochester and Matthew Palmer have won Excess Baggage. The Australian television presenter, who is best known for her role as the former host of The Biggest Loser, was teamed up with regular man Palmer in the reality weight loss series. Rochester and Palmer scored 102.8 points for their combined weight loss, body fat loss, waist loss and fitness levels, beating other celebrity finalists Darryn Lyons, Robert Dipierdomenico, Kevin Federline and their partners. The duo won $$100,000 (£65,000), half of which will go towards Rochester's chosen charity No Hate Campaign. After their defeat, Rochester wrote on her (more)
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'Biggest Loser' Aus Michelle Bridges to host 'Oprah'-style show?

'Biggest Loser' Aus Michelle Bridges to host 'Oprah'-style show?
Michelle Bridges from The Biggest Loser Australia has revealed that she plans to host her own television show. The 41-year-old personal trainer, who has been a regular on the weight loss reality show since 2007, said that she would like to use the series as a "platform" to help more people in an Oprah-style programme. Bridges told the Herald Sun: "The Biggest Loser has given me a platform to fulfil my ambitions, to get my message across to as many people as possible. "I'd love to think I can be a part of people's lives to help them get what they want." Bridges said that she has learned a lot about helping people during her work on the show, saying: "I'm finding there are a lot of Australians out there very unhappy and a lot of them are (more)
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Aussie 'Biggest Loser' team banished to the bush by fellow contestants

Aussie 'Biggest Loser' team banished to the bush by fellow contestants
The white team from the Australian version of The Biggest Loser has been banished to the bush by fellow contestants. Teammates Kasey Cheesman, Michelle Cortesao and Selena Brown, who lost fellow white team member Rebekah Gilchrist during an elimination in last night's episode, were told by the red team that they had to leave Camp Biggest Loser until the next weigh-in session. All contestants were woken up at midnight for a training session on the beach and were then told to race back to the house. The red team won the challenge, giving them the power over the game for the rest of the week. > Former 'Biggest Loser' star Lara Whalan: 'I feel sorry for Selena' Host Hayley Lewis told them: "You now must choose a team to leave Camp Biggest Loser immediately. That team will be banished from camp... until the (more)
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'Biggest Loser' Australia contestant ejected over alcohol issues

'Biggest Loser' Australia contestant ejected over alcohol issues
Luke Stephens has been kicked out of The Biggest Loser Australia. The 26-year-old hotel manager from Adelaide, who lost over 18kg during his time in the competition, was told that he had to seek "professional help" for a drinking problem after a party at the weight loss camp spiralled out of control. Trainer Shannan Ponton watched footage of the housemates gathering to celebrate the end of this week's challenge and was shocked to see the party transform from what he described as "good clean fun". Ponton said: "Luke's behaviour got worse and worse. We don't have alcohol at Camp Biggest Loser but Luke was slurring his words, he was stumbling. "He appeared to be drunk. I literally couldn't believe my eyes. [He was] losing control. Luke's disrespected me, Camp Biggest Loser, the blue team, but most (more)
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Ajay Rochester: 'I refuse to be ashamed of my body'

Ajay Rochester has revealed that she doesn't feel ashamed of her body. The 42-year-old Australian television presenter, who used to host weight loss reality show The Biggest Loser, said that she would like to lose a bit of weight but shouldn't feel any "shame" about her size because life is too short for negativity. Rochester wrote on her blog: "One of the biggest lessons I learned was life goes on, no matter what size you are, so live your life to the fullest. Happiness begins within, and it is only when you get happy on the inside that you can be happy with your backside. "It's not that I want to stay 'fat' forever, or as I prefer to call myself, 'curvalicious', but this is the point I am making - no woman should feel shame about herself or her body. I'll be blunt: I'm fat right now. I'd love
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Ajay Rochester: 'Alex Perry hates fat people'

Ajay Rochester has accused Alex Perry of "hating fat women". The television personality, who used to be the host of weight loss reality TV show The Biggest Loser Australia, said that fashion designer Perry should be promoting a healthy body image rather than making clothes meant for thin people. Rochester told The Daily Telegraph: "There are designers like Alex Perry who hate fat women... and aren't afraid to say it. "He once said to my face that in model sizes I would be 500. I understand his humour, I do, that's his thing. But c'mon, Alex - put someone on the runway that isn't a size 6." Perry has now hit back (more)
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Michelle Bridges speaks out about sex attack

Michelle Bridges has spoken out for the first time about a sex attack that she suffered as a teenager. The personal trainer, who is best known for her role on Australian weight loss reality show The Biggest Loser, said that being assaulted when she was 18 completely changed her life. Bridges told The Australian Women's Weekly magazine that she wanted to tell all about her ordeal to help other women find strength to cope with theirs. She said: "I would just never want one incident to have so much control over me that it ruined my life." The 40-year-old star also revealed in the interview that the man who assaulted her was later jailed over the attack. Earlier this year, Bridges was slammed by dietician (more)
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Ajay Rochester to sue 'A Current Affair' over dole cheat claim

Ajay Rochester to sue 'A Current Affair' over dole cheat claim
Ajay Rochester has threatened A Current Affair with legal action. The Australian television personality, who used to host The Biggest Loser but is now based in the Us, said that she has contacted her lawyers to discuss suing the Channel Nine show after it claimed that she was a dole cheat. A story entitled 'CentreLink Dobbers Hotline' ran on Wednesday night's episode of A Current Affair, claiming that Rochester was receiving welfare benefits while working for The Biggest Loser, but she has insisted that the claims are not true. Rochester told the Herald Sun: "I just lawyered up big time with New York lawyer Robert Shwarts. Maybe they thought I wouldn't hear about it in the USA." (more)
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Ajay Rochester to sue 'A Current Affair'

Ajay Rochester to sue 'A Current Affair'
Ajay Rochester has threatened A Current Affair with legal action. The Australian television personality, who used to host The Biggest Loser but is now based in the Us, said that she has contacted her lawyers to discuss suing the Channel Nine show after it claimed that she was a dole cheat. A story entitled 'CentreLink Dobbers Hotline' ran on Wednesday night's episode of A Current Affair, claiming that Rochester was receiving welfare benefits while working for The Biggest Loser, but she has insisted that the claims are not true. Rochester told the Herald Sun: "I just lawyered up big time with New York lawyer Robert Shwarts. Maybe they thought I wouldn't hear about it in the USA." (more)
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'Biggest Loser' trainer: 'I scare kids'

'Biggest Loser' trainer: 'I scare kids'
One of the trainers on The Biggest Loser Australia has revealed that he frightens children. The Commando, whose real name is Steve Willis, said that he has tried to keep "grounded" since he first donned the signature dark glasses and combats that he wears to train contestants on the reality weight loss show. Willis told New Idea magazine: "[My fame is] more humbling than anything. I'm keeping my feet grounded and living life as I've always done." He recalled making a young girl burst into tears while having breakfast in a Sydney cafe, saying: "I saw she swapped seats with her father so she could hide her head behind this big arrangement of flowers on the table. Her father said she was a bit scared of me. But we reconciled and took a happy snap so it was all good." Wills, who has 12-year-old daughter Brianna (more)
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Writer slams 'Biggest Loser' star's book

Writer slams 'Biggest Loser' star's book
A leading dietician has revealed her disappointment after a star from The Biggest Loser released a book with the same title as hers. Susie Burrell, who recently released her first book called Losing The Last 5kg, said that trainer Michelle Bridges's Losing The Last 5 Kilos has left her with a "bad taste" in her mouth. Burrell told The Daily Telegraph: "We would never have gone ahead knowing she had the same name. It's a small market and it leaves a bad taste in everyone's (more)
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Lewis: 'I've never been this happy'

Hayley Lewis has revealed that she has never been so "happy". The former Australian swimming champion, who is also the presenter of weight loss show The Biggest Loser, said that she is completely satisfied now that she has made her dream of opening a Brisbane gift shop a reality. Lewis told Woman's Day magazine: "I'm in a really good place, I've never had this little sleep in my whole life, yet I feel great. (more)
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'Bl' trainer slams parents of obese kids

Shannan Ponton has blamed the child obesity crisis on "soft" parents. The personal trainer, who is best known for his role on the Australian version of reality weight loss show The Biggest Loser, said that people need to face up to the fact that their kids are overweight and need exercise. The Herald Sun quotes Ponton as saying: "Parents don't say no to their kids and they should. Most of these (more)
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'Biggest Loser' trainer in cancer scare

Shannan Ponton has revealed that he recently had a health scare. The Biggest Loser trainer, who got married to Kylie Stray earlier this year, said that he discovered a mole on his leg while on holiday in Bali recently. Ponton told the Herald Sun: "I nearly died. I thought, 'This is unbelievable, and it's only from a mole.' The specialist said he didn't like the look of a mole on the back of my right leg, so he cut it out and whacked 12 stitches in there. "They (more)
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Ajay Rochester: 'I was happier fat'

Ajay Rochester has revealed that she was happier when she was "fat". The Australian television star, who used to host weight loss show The Biggest Loser before relocating to the Us, said that she loves looking at photos of when she was larger because she had such fun back then. Rochester told Woman's Day magazine that life "has been a crazy trip" since she dropped half of her body weight. She said of being larger: "The health issues sucked. Getting heart palpitations (more)
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Rochester in weight battle after car crash

Ajay Rochester has revealed that she had a "rough" emotional "journey" following a recent car accident. The Australian television star, who used to present weight loss show The Biggest Loser, said that she piled on the pounds that she had previously lost after having to go on steroids to help her recover from her injuries. Rochester told the Herald Sun: "I actually had a car accident when I went over [to La] and ended up having to take steroids. It was horrendous and not what I had planned (more)
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