NBC’s popular reality TV series Biggest Loser returns for season 16 this fall on Thursday, September 11th. According to Biggest Loser spoilers, the series returns with a twist, Biggest Loser: Glory Days. Season 16 of the competition will feature twenty contestants who have let their bodies go over the years and want to achieve ultimate weight loss and return to their “glory days” when they were NFL football players and Olympic Gold Medalists.
According to season 16 spoilers, the contestants will have not one but two chances to win the $250,000.00 prize. This season, the contestants will train with The Biggest Loser trainers every week and be eliminated one by one just like in previous seasons. However, once they are eliminated, they will head to “Comeback Canyon,” where they will continue to train with Biggest Loser alum Bob Harper and weigh in weekly and compete against each other for a chance to return to the game.
So, fans, are you excited for The Biggest Loser season 16 premiere? Have you checked out the contestant’s bios on NBC’s website? Who do you think will win? And what do you think about the “Comeback Canyon” twist? Let us know what you think in the comments below and don’t forget to check CDL for all of your Biggest Losers spoilers.
According to NBC, fans can expect to meet the following The Biggest Loser season 16 contestants:
• Jordan Alicandro (Former high school baseball standout; currently regional sales manager), 32, Surrey, BC, Canada
• Rondalee Beardslee (Former high school basketball, football and softball player; currently nursing student), 28, New Lothrop, MI
• Blake Benge (Former high school soccer, track standout; currently student), 18, San Clemente, CA
• Howard “Woody” Carter (Former Arena League football player; currently car salesman), 46, Las Vegas, NV
• Toma Dobrosavljevic (Former high school soccer, football, volleyball, baseball player; currently senior project manager), 33, Addison, IL
• Zina Garrison (Gold medal winning tennis player; currently professional tennis coach), 50, Hyattsville, MD
• Rob Guiry (Former rugby player; currently Head Rugby Coach, 26, Western New England University), Springfield, MA
• Gina Haddon (Former cheerleader; currently make-up artist/photographer), 41, Rowlett, TX
• Lori Harrigan-Mack (Three-time Olympic gold medal winning softball player; currently director of security for a Las Vegas hotel), 44, Las Vegas, NV
• Vanessa Hayden (Former WNBA basketball player; currently a child welfare specialist), 32, Orlando, FL
• Sonya Jones (Former All American softball player; currently PE teacher/coach), 39, Springfield, IL
• Chandra Maple (Former high school softball, basketball standout; currently optometric technician), 26, Dodge City, KS
• Matthew Miller (Former high school football standout; currently business entrepreneur), 31, Grove, OK
• Scott Mitchell (12-year NFL veteran quarterback; currently bill collector), 46, Mapleton, UT
• Emmy Lou Munoz (Former high school softball, volleyball and track and field standout; currently teacher), 32, Woodson, TX
• Mike Murburg (Former Princeton University football player and wrestler; currently an attorney representing the disabled), 58, Darby, FL
• John “JJ” O’Malley (Former Arizona State University football player; currently bouncer), 22, Scottsdale, AZ
• Jackie Pierson (Former high school basketball MVP; currently clinical care coordinator), 36, Pacifica, CA
• Andrea Wilamowski (Former high school cheerleader; currently Vice President of Operations, Detroit Pride Cheerleaders), 43, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
• Damien Woody (Two-time Super Bowl champion; currently an ESPN analyst), 36, Mendham, NJ