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He has been trying to lose the weight and is on a new diet, weighing 245 pounds. The winner of the 4th season of The Biggest Loser was Bill Germanakos, age 40.
Bill entered the competition weighing in at 334 pounds and took home the first place prize when he went down to 170 pounds.
Ryan is now back to his original weight, claiming that he gained “32 pounds in 5 days simply by drinking water.” Though seemingly far-fetched, experts state that a rapid drop in weight is often caused by water loss. Matt Hoover was the winner of the second season of The Biggest Loser.
Starting out at 339 pounds Matt dropped an astounding 157 pounds to finish in first place at 182 pounds.
The Biggest Loser alum Bob Harper is engaged to his longtime boyfriend Anton Gutierrez.
Harper made the announcement on Instagram Sunday alongside a photo of his hand and Gutierrez's wearing matching gold wedding bands while at a resturant.
We wonder where this hunk is now after losing all that weight?
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Matt looks like he is trying to eat right and keep a new and improved healthy lifestyle with his wife and family. Not just by losing the pounds but by doing a total transformation into a ripped and good-ooking individual!
Eric lost a whopping 214 pounds in 2006 when he came in first place on The Biggest Loser.
Bill actually beat his twin brother, Jim Germanakos,in the competition.
Jim won the home prize of 0,000 while his brother Bill took home 0,000.