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The Biggest Loser Recap: The First Lady And An Emotional Breakdown

April 10, 2012 05:58 PM by Lisa Princ

Last week on NBC‘s The Biggest Loser, the contestants were treated to makeover week, and no one faced elimination. Tonight, the contestants meet Michelle Obama and someone will be eliminated!

The Biggest Loser finished off makeover week tonight as the contestants met with Michelle Obama, who happens to be a huge fan of the show! Michelle Obama shared her story of her Let’s Move! initiative, which focuses on solving the problem of childhood obesity. And the first lady is definitely means business – she got right into a workout with the contestants, with no cares about making a fool of herself. Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince had way too much fun working out the first lady, but she proved to be one tough cookie.

Things then take an emotional turn on The Biggest Loser as Chris decided to go on an eating binge. Was it a ploy to get eliminated this week? Could be! After a disheartening conversation with Roy, who urged her to come home, Chris appeared to have given up. My heart broke for her as she sat alone crying in her room, and her tears carried on when Bob Harper jumped on her for her attitude change. Bob Harper was having no part of Chris’ drama or tears, and luckily he seemed to pull her back into reality – or did he?

Bob Harper was starting to show signs of worry that he only had two contestants left, while Dolvett had four. Meanwhile, Kim was nervous that if she fell below the yellow line, she was a surefire to get sent home. Once again, I was left hoping that it would be the wicked witch aka Conda, who would fail on the scale, but would we all be that lucky? Something tells me it won’t be happening this week as I have a sneaking suspicion that she is one of the contestants who stormed off the set back in February. After their last chance workout, this is how the finalists fared tonight on the scale:

from 210 lbs to 205 lbs (-5) * had one pound disadvantage

from 170 lbs to 172 (+2)

from 260 lbs to 249 (-11)

from 200 lbs to 196 lbs (-4)

from 164 lbs to 162 lbs (-2)

from 269 lbs to 260 lbs (-9)

As Kim was placed under the yellow line, Chris was the last one to weigh in, and it would have either been Conda or Chris below that line with Kim. As luck for us at home would have it, Chris gained two pounds, which left Conda safe for yet another week. Yes fans, it is okay to scream now with me. Chris felt that she overcame her issues though, after her heart to heart with Bob Harper.

When it was time to reveal the votes, it was no surprise that Chris was the one who was heading home, as the contestants thought Chris’ heart was not in it. Chris was not upset about it and is doing well at home now. Chris is down to 156 pounds and is looking forward to the finale in May! Next week, we will finally see the walk off and who was cut from the show after it all ended!

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3 Responses to “The Biggest Loser Recap: The First Lady And An Emotional Breakdown”

  1. Daniel Says:
    April 10th, 2012 at 9:04 pm

    Can’t wait to see the drama next week! Can’t believe Mark had a breakdown. Hope he is alright, but I want to see what led to this!

  2. Janet Adams Says:
    April 11th, 2012 at 12:20 am

    As much as I can’t stand Conda and I mean I CAN’T STOMACH HER…I also can’t tolerate the way Chris is ALWAYS whining…She is nothing but a crybaby and I am not sorry to see her go…I can not believe that Conda with her nasty attidude is still on the show…

  3. Angelo Says:
    April 11th, 2012 at 2:18 am

    NBC is a whore for the liberal left. NBC producers once again displayed their arrogance in flaunting a political agenda withing a series broadcast.

    In an election year (Never before) you bring contestants to the white house. During the last campaign you network showed bias towards the republican ticket and now this.

    I did not watch the show and you have lost both myself and wife as viewers of the Biggest Loser show.

    In fact we will refrain from watching other shows on NBC and local news.

    Thank goodness for the independent cable networks and Fox news.


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