The Biggest Loser Has Crowned a New Winner! See All of the Contestants' Before and Afters
After months of workouts and healthy living, both on the show and at home, The Biggest Loser crowned a new winner
Better known as "Coach," the 47-year-old was the big winner this season after going from 385 lbs. to 241, a total loss of 144, or 37.4 percent of his starting weight.
"That final moment on stage — when I knew I was The Biggest Loser winner — I looked over at my wife, my three sons and my trainer, Erica, and I had a feeling of accomplishment that I had never felt before in my life," he says. "I am so proud that I was able to get it done for ALL of them; they sacrificed so much for me. The Biggest Loser changed my life forever. I am and will always be the show's 'BIGGEST' cheerleader!"
The 35-year-old from Simi Valley, California, was eliminated in week six, but she put in the work once she left and won the at-home challenge. Hoffman started at 290 lbs. and went down to 207, for a total loss of 83 lbs., or 28.62 percent.
One of the two youngest contestants at 23, Collum was one of the final three. He went from 326 lbs. to 227, a loss of 99 lbs. and 30.37 percent.
The other runner-up, Yeo, 28, went from 302 lbs. to 216, losing 86 lbs., or 28.48 percent.
The 47-year-old flight nurse finished fourth overall, going strong despite breaking her leg midway through the show. Aguiar went from 256 lbs. to 186, a loss of 70 lbs. and 27.34 percent of her body weight
The lawyer and new mom, 32, went from 264 lbs. to 191, dropping 73 lbs. and 27.65 percent of her body weight.
The 57-year-old from Mulberry, Tennessee charmed everyone with her quick wit, and went from 242 lbs. to 204, a loss of 38 lbs. and 15.7 percent.
The other young one of the group at 23, Bouton went from 293 lbs. to 229, dropping 64 lbs. or 21.84 percent of her body weight.
The nonprofit leader, 34, went from 280 lbs. to 244, a loss of 36 lbs. and 12.86 percent.
The chef from New York City came on the show for his young daughter, and went from 323 lbs. to 273, a loss of 50 lbs. or 15.48 percent.
The teacher from Washington, D.C., 36, started at 357 lbs. and got down to 340, a loss of 17 lbs. or 4.76 percent.
Robert Richardson II
The 32-year-old from Lafayette, Louisiana may have been the first to leave the show, but Richardson pushed himself back at home and went from 409 lbs. to 361, a total of 48 lbs. or 11.74 percent.