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I’m surprised that no one’s really been injured on the show.” In fact, contestants have been seriously injured, but it’s not often shown.The first-ever “Biggest Loser,” Ryan Benson, went from 330 pounds to 208 — but after the show, he said, he was so malnourished that he was urinating blood.“If you reduce your calories to less than 800 to 1,000 a day, your metabolism will shut down.Add five to eight hours of exercise a day — that’s like running a marathon, in poor shape, five days a week.It later emerged that Kate, an Amish bishop’s daughter, had previously submitted images to modeling agencies which is at odds with the Amish stance against photographs, believing they represent 'vanity' which they deem a sin.
(The remaining 36 are sent home to lose weight on their own, and return later in the season.) Those who remain, Hibbard says, are not allowed to call home. After six weeks, contestants get to make a five-minute call, monitored by production.
Along with the driver, Rogers’ other friend, who sat in the backseat, also survived.
Before his death, Brandon’s audition on “America’s Got Talent” was scheduled to air next month, but the show has not yet confirmed whether it will still air.
In 2009, two contestants were hospitalized — one via airlift.
And 2014’s Biggest Loser, Rachel Frederickson, became the first winner to generate concern that she had lost too much weight, dropping 155 pounds in months.