The Biggest Loser – Just When You Thought You Were Safe You Are Not
The blue team thought they were in a win-win situation as they got to eat chocolate and they were safe in the house for another week after winning immunity in the temptation challenge.
However luckily The Biggest Loser does not have to abide by the ‘false and misleading’ provision in the Trade Practices Act as yet again they changed the rules to ensure the blue team may actually lose their immunity.
There was a twist when they got to the next challenge where usually there is an opportunity to gain a two kilo weight advantage for a team it was the opposite. This time they were told the team which finished the obstacle course last would get two kilos added to their weigh-in weights. Suddenly the blue teams immunity was looking very shaky indeed. The two girls team were safe with the red team coming in first, but the guys teams were burdened by the extremely overweight and unfit Graham and Hamish. As usual the viewer needs to tune in Monday to see who lumbers in last.
She told News.com.au:
Oceana Glennon told news.com.au she was “disgusted” when she heard her former partner of 15 years accuse her walking out because of his ballooning weight on Tuesday night’s episode of the weight loss program.
Hurley told the audience:
“I loved being married every second of the time that I was married. Woke up one morning and my wife meets me in the kitchen and she says, ‘I can’t do this anymore.’ ‘What do you mean?’ She said “I can’t do this, us,’ and I said ‘you mean, us, like married’ and she said ‘yes.’
“Of course the next question that comes is ‘why?’ and she says ‘you’re fat.’ That one moment was the most devastating moment of my whole life.”But Oceana, a qualified weight loss coach, has denied this version of events.
“As soon as we got married, Simon started putting on weight, Simon had been grossly overweight for most all of our married life, so if I was going to leave him because he was fat, I would have done that long before,” she said.
Oceana said financial difficulties contributed to the relationship breakdown.
“Had there not been a financial problem I would never have left the marriage.”
In a statement to news.com.au, Hurley said there were a number of reasons for the split.
“Marriage breakdowns are complex, and my weight was absolutely a contributing factor. But as always there are many things that contribute to the situation and I certainly don’t blame my wife in any way. I know and understand that I need to change and this journey at Biggest Loseris the start of my transformation. I wish her nothing but the best.”