December 17, 2008 05:25 AM

As if winning $250,000 and the title of The Biggest Loser wasn’t enough, Ft. Worth assistant director Michelle Aguilar, 27, has also become the latest person to grace a “got milk?” ad campaign.

Aguilar, who competed alongside her mother, Renee Wilson, on NBC’s The Biggest Loser: Families, dropped 110 lbs. from her starting weight of 242 lbs. to become the second female winner in the show’s history, succeeding Biggest Loser: Couples champion Ali Vincent.

After the Tuesday finale, Aguilar said she hoped she pulled it off when she heard that it would take a 100-pound weight loss to take the title from Ed Brantley, 31, the chef from Raleigh, N.C.

“I knew that it would be close,” she told PEOPLE. “We all have our scales at home, and I was like, hmm, maybe, did I get those last couple of pounds off? You know? Because you have to fight for those last ten pounds, everybody knows that. And to have won by ten pounds and having that be the difference was kind of a shocker.”

For more info on Aguilar’s milk ad, and to read a blog from season four winner Julie Hadden, check out whymilk.com. For more information on the show, go to The Biggest Loser Club.

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