Edmond man fights to become ‘The Biggest Loser’ as competition heats up
EDMOND, Okla. — An Edmond man, who has captured the hearts of fans of “The Biggest Loser,” will fight to keep his spot on the show as the competition heats up on Tuesday.
David Brown started the season at 409 pounds.
After just two weigh-ins, he has already dropped almost 50 pounds.
The competition takes a turn as contestants bid on gym equipment in the show’s first ever auction on Tuesday’s episode.
The catch is that the contestants will only be able to use the equipment they have successfully bid on with “Biggest Loser” bucks.
Also, each competitor gets the chance to Skype with family members back home, before weigh-in number three.
You can watch David’s journey, beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday on NewsChannel 4.
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