Season 11 of the Biggest Loser has already generated a lot of buzz, thanks in part to crew members going on strike during the show’s filming. Happily, the disagreements were resolved, and we’re looking forward to the show’s premiere on January 4th at 8:00.
The biggest news of all, Jillian says this is her last season.
Season 11 is the fourth season of The Biggest Loser to feature couples, but like season 10, you can be sure there will be some new surprises. However, the tough-love trainers Jillian Michaels and Bob Harper will still be pushing contestants to their limits, while the lovely Alison Sweeney will host.
The definition of “couples” on The Biggest Loser isn’t limited to those who are romantically involved, as contestants include a mother-daughter team and twin brothers. All of the 22 contestants will compete to lose weight and shape-up, facing down emotional baggage and ridding themselves of unhealthy habits.
Moses Kinikini is a longtime Biggest Loser fan, and now he’s ready to embark on his own weight-loss journey. He was born in Honolulu, Havaii, and grew up in southern California and Idaho. He graduated from Brigham Young University and now lives and works in Shelley, Idaho. Not overweight as a child, Moses didn’t suffer from obesity until his 30s. He attributes his weight to the culture of unhealthy eating in his Tongan community.
Mosus, Kenikini, Kinicini
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