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Danni Allen is your new Biggest Loser winner.

The 26-year old advertising executive banked a cool $250,000 this week after shedding a ridiculous 121 pounds during her run on the NBC series.

Danni Allen Wins!

"I’m on cloud nine right now," Allen told OK! not long after taking home the title. "I’m so excited and my heart is racing so much. I sound like a blabbering idiot."

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The Biggest Loser isn't simply returning with new episodes in January. It's bringing back an former favorite and focusing on an issue that plagues the nation.

That's right, Jillian Michaels - who exited the NBC competition in 2011 in order to focus on her new family - will once again be the head trainer next year, but this time she will be barking orders at a cast of 13-17-year olds, as The Biggest Loser tackles the issue of childhood obesity.

Cue that fist pump, Michelle Obama!

Jillian Michaels Close Up

Michaels will join trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince on a season that will feature three teams, each comprised of adults and one teen. The younger contestants will play a role in the success of their squads, but will not be eligible for elimination.

“As a former overweight teen, I know firsthand how dramatically weight issues can affect every aspect of a child’s life,” said Michaels. ”Having recently become a mother of two, I am more passionate than ever about helping empower children and families with the information and resources they need to live a healthier life.”


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The Biggest Loser: No Excuses was a season full of unexpected twists and turns ... but, well, few excuses. At the end of the day, the final three stepped on the scale.

With Mark Cornelison and Buddy Shuh, who quit just before the finals, and Joe Messina, who quit earlier in the season, ineligible, the field was narrowed a bit.

In their absence, fan favorites Chism Cornelison, Emily Joy and Cassandra Sturros took to the stage with 11 other contestants to show off their new figures.

That was for the at-home prize of $100,000.

  • Jeremy Britt, Biggest Loser
  • Jeremy Britt, The Biggest Loser

Mike Messina won the at-home prize by losing a total of 160 lbs., or 44.69 percent of his body weight. He beat out Cassandra Sturos (who lost 92 lbs., or 38.49 percent) and her friend Emily Joy (who lost 102 lbs. lost, or 38.64 percent).

The grand prize came down to single mom Conda Britt, 24, her brother Jeremy Britt, 22, and former pro-wrestler Kim Nielsen, 38. The weigh-in results:

  • Conda went from 294 lbs. to 179, a loss of 115, or 39.12 percent of her body.
  • Kim went from 252 lbs. to 134, a total weight loss of 118 or 46.83 percent.
  • Jeremy went from 389 lbs. to 190 for a weight loss of a whopping 199, which is 51.16 percent of his previous body weight.

That makes Jeremy Britt, who is now half the man he used to be, but only literally, the winner of The Biggest Loser and $250,000! Well done man!

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Almost seven months after suffering severe injuries in a fall, Sam Poueu exchanges vows yesterday with Stephanie Anderson.

The former Biggest Loser contestants got married in San Francisco, the bride confirmed on her wedding website, adding that she wore a Vera Wang gown and "wept tears of excitement, relief, joy," while feeling like the "most beautiful woman" the first time she donned the dress.

Sam Poueu and Stephanie Anderson

In September of last year, Poeueu fell from a four-story building and underwent number surgeries, along with extensive rehabilitation. He now works as Biggest Loser Fitness Ridge Resort in Malibu, California.

Poueu proposed to Anderson about a year prior to his accident, during a taping of an episode of The Biggest Loser. We wish the couple nothing but happiness.

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Jessica Simpson had a busy night few watched on NBC, rewarding winners on The Biggest Loser and then judging aspiring designers on the premiere of Fashion Star.

"People across America can change their lives, and I think Conda and Kim are setting such great examples," Jess said on the former, promoting her own products.

In addition to a year's supply of BeautyMint products, the winning pair scored free Simpson-brand clothes, shoes and necklaces with diamond butterfly charms.

Jessica Simpson on Fashion Star

"Any time you get discouraged, look down at your butterfly," she encouraged Conda Britt and Kim Stone, both single moms triumphantly fitting into size 10s.

"These girls have lost so much weight and it just shows how determined they are to feel good," Simpson said. "To be able to be a part of that is very special."

Speaking of special, Jessica Simpson posed nude in Elle recently. And, last night also marked the premiere of NBC's Fashion Star, hosted by Elle Macpherson.

Featuring Simpson, Nicole Richie and John Varvatos as mentors who both meet with contestants behind the scenes and offer opinions, the show made its debut.

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Daphne Dortch shook up The Biggest Loser last week and paid the ultimate price for it. But she has no regrets, in fact, she says she's glad to be outta there.

When presented with the opportunity to alter the composition of the red and black teams, Dortch ate over 1,800 calories to guarantee she'd have control.

"I ate the [peanut butter cups] because I wanted to stay with [my trainer Bob]," Dortch told reporters after her elimination. Then the ish hit the fan though.


After gaining the power, Dortch chose to switch her teammate Jeremy for his sister Conda, whom she blamed for evicting her brother Adrian two weeks ago.

"It was very personal," she said of that decision. "I switched them out of revenge but I had no idea the house was going to be devastated by the switch."

Dortch and her brother joined the teams on the Ranch a month into the season after losing a combined 50 lbs. at home, but were not greeted with open arms.

"We never had a chance," she said of returning to the Ranch. "They had already bonded for a month before we even got there. I think it came down to that."

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Contestants on this season of The Biggest Loser have a weighty issue with NBC.

Those remaining on the reality competition have actually walked off the set and are threatening to collectively quit because they learned producers were planning to bring back former contestants to compete for this season's $250,000 grand prize.

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This is not an atypical move in the world of reality TV, of course, but this season's hopefuls all find it unfair that past losers are now being given a chance to become winners again.

NBC has not commented on the situation, and production has been suspended for a few days, but season 12 contestant John Forger tells TMZ this season's competitors are missing the point of their participation.

"It's not about [money]. What it's really about, for most of us, is the change in our lifestyle, and being able to get rid of obesity," he says. "For most of us, it's about health. Would I walk off the show for the money? ABSOLUTELY NOT."

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