The twelve contestants enter the house and absolutely love it. However, soon they realize there's no furniture. Two big trucks arrive and the contestants have to assemble the house! Later, called into a separate room, filled with delicious food, the contestants are given one last 'meal' before commencing, after which contestants suffer their first ever weigh in, with heartbreaking results.Bob and Jillian arrive to pick their teams.
With Red and Blue teams decided with a flip of a coin, Jillian sits her Reds down to have a one on one chat. Meanwhile, Bob and his Blue team relax on the lawn before engaging in a military style work out, pushing his team to breaking point.With the first challenge looming, Reds and Blues go head to head - the losers having to be the other teams slaves for a day.
After losing their first challenge, Blues are forced to endure the smug Reds as they slave for them for a day. Later both teams are driven to a secret location, where Ajay greets the teams and reveals their first temptation - with immunity up for grabs. Everyone in the red team steps up for temptation except Shane, whereby the Blues are united and avoid temptation.The next day, with their trainers unhappy from the results of the tempation, teams are woken at 6:30am for their first of many early morning work outs.
Before the challenge, panic ran rife through the contestants as on out of breath Ruth thought she was pregnant. Given the all clear by doctors, Ruth returns to training and vows go harder. The following day, contestants are transported to North Sydney pool where Ajsy informs them they are about to embark on their first challenge - a race to the top of the Sydney Harbour bridge, where the losers will face a 3 kilo penalty. The winning team will be rewarded a choice of either a delicious lunch at Aqua Dining or a training session in the pool. As Reds and Blues compete for the first time, all have their eyes on the reward - but who will fail to make it to the top?
Losing the challenge to the Blue team, Reds enjoy train hard in the pool, while Blues dine in style.Victory however, is short lived as contestants are forced into an intense last mintue training session before their first weigh in.With expectations high, the contestants face the scales for the first time since they entered the house.Who's hard work will pay off and who could be going home if their team fails to win weigh in.
It's elimination time and the Red team must decide who is their weakest link. With David being held responsible for losing the challenge, will he be the first to go?
With some inpsiration from the American biggest losers, they contestants are pumped as they prepare for another challenge - with a twist. With numbers uneven Reds and Blues battle to decide who will be left out of the major challenge, with the added incentive that whoever wins will receive a professional massage.Can the Reds bounce back after elimination, or are the Blues just too strong?
Jillian gathers her team together to tell them some devasting news - Bob has to go back to the states as his mother passed away from a massive heart attack. While he's away, both teams work together, with mixed emotions. As a reward for their outstanding group effort, the contestants are allowed to make a ten-minute phone call to their loved ones.
With both teams working together, Jillian pushes the contestants to breaking point, punishing some for the failures of others. Blues strive forward, doing their best for their missing trainer. The following day, contestants arrive at the Oran Raceway, where they are faced with two enormous Mack trucks. AJay explains that each team had to pull a truck 400 metres to the finish line, with one week jacuzzi experiance for the winning team and the right to choose a member of the blue team to sit out of the next weigh-in.Will the Blue team break their losing streak? Or will the effect of the loss of their trainer affect results? Only time will tell.
Beaming from their win, Blues enjoy the jacuzzi while Reds scramble to get their focus back. With both teams training hard for their last chance work out, the embattled Reds push themselvezs to the limits, but is it enough to beat the Blues this week? Or is another Red about to be cut?
It's great news for everyone as Bob returns from the US. However, the elation is short lived as Reds face elimination ... with betrayal and heart ache for the eliminated contestant.
The two teams arrive at Aussie Stadium, where Ajay inform them they are going to battle it out in soccer for a prize that everyone wants.
As both teams get together and think of plans and strategies, they are joined by Mark Rudan and Dwight York from the Sydney FC. Each professional takes a team and they give the contestants soccer tips. For the winners, the chance to chose a Blue to even numbers, for the losers, the possibility of losing their biggest loser. With Wal on the outer in the Blue team, will Reds use that to their advantage or are other factors at play?
After their stunning win - thanks to Adro's winning goal - the Red team celebrate victory of winning Wal over.
Celebrations are short lived however, when training and temptation just around the corner.
This week's challenge sees the contestants faced with the daunting task of rolling bundles of hay through a winding 500m course.
With Wal keen to prove his place in the Red team, and a weigh in advantage at stake, the contestants face off like never before.
Last minute training sees the contestants scramble to loose that extra little bit that could push their team over the line.
''With their biggest loser now on the Reds, can Blues continue their wining streak - or it is time for them to face their first elimination?
After losing the weigh in, Blues must now face elimination. With the alliance of Artie, Fiona and Tracy so strong, is anyone safe? ''
After losing Cat to elimination, the teams are shocked t discover their kitchen cupboard locked and only take away menu on offer.
With a chance to demonstrate how much they've learnt about food intake, the contestants leap into the task wholeheartedly.
But what will their trainers say of their choices? Have the contestants really learnt anything? or are some bad habits just too hard to break?''
With the Tracy, Artie, Fiona alliance so strong, they set their sights on eliminating Harry should they lose the next weigh in, despite him being the overall biggest weight loser.
Later that day, both teams face another chocolaty temptation, but this time not for immunity, but for a DVD containing messages from their loved ones. As all miss their loved ones, all succumb to the temptation, basking afterwards in the messages.
That is until Bob and Jillian find out
The contestants are brought to the local sports stadium where they find Ajay and a huge stand of seats. Ajay informs the teams there are 68 stairs from top to bottom and that there will be a race. Already dreading the climb, Ajay then adds, each team will have to run the stairs 100 times and the team who completes it first will win the challenge and digital camera for all involved in the win.
With Red numbers uneven, Wal is forced to sit out, can the absence of Wal change the Blue teams fate? Or are Reds powerful enough to do it without him?
All contestants scramble to shed that little bit more as weigh in looms. With the alliance of Tracy, Fiona and Artie, what is the fate of Harry should they loose?
With the Blue team losing the weigh in, they must now face elimination. Can the outnumbered Harry make a last stand to save himself or is it all over for the Blues current biggest loser?
At the half way point of the competition the contestants are lined up in front of Ajay, expecting the next challenge but instead receive a DVD covering everything they've been through so far. In the biggest twist yet, teams where told they are no longer blue versus red, now it's player versus player and immunity has never been more sought after.
The contestants are taken to the Hilton Hotel to play an elimination card game. The winner gets to choose his/her training/challenge partner first. Will this have an impact on immunity?
Contestants are walked through bush land before facing the ever tricky Ajay - who informs them they have to build their own raft, with hints from a piece of paper. They then have carry it to the pond and paddle 1km to the finish line - with the losing duo suffering a 2 kilo penalty.
Now down to individual weight loss, the contestants must stay above the yellow line to be safe.
That dreaded time of the week is here again were all of the contestants enter the elimination room and decide who will be eliminated. However, there is a twist, it's a double eviction; one duo team will be eliminated. Will their 2 kg penalty cost Artie and Tracy their places in the competition?
The contestants are taken to a photo studio where they all get new hair styles, get fitted into brand new clothes and given a makeover with professional makeup artists. They then pose for the camera and are given just a glimpse of their new look. Shane also decides to give his beard a cut. The contestants are taken on yet another excursion to a running track. There, they meet AJ and she tells them to run around the track ten times. On the final lap, all of the contestants are wondering what awaits them at the finish line. Wal runs in first and discovers that there are six tables piled with fatty foods. AJ tells them which table each person should stand in front of and then says, 'We have weighed all of the food in front of you and calculated that the amount of fatty food in front of you is how much weight you have lost so far.' Of course everyone is shocked and disgusted by how much food they ate prior to entering The Biggest Loser.
The contestants are training in the gym up until AJ invites them to the 'temptation' room. The temptation for today is cupcakes. As usual, Fiona went for immunity, but Adro decided that he wasn't going to be below the yellow line and disgustingly ate eleven cupcakes. When they got back to the lounge room, they told Bob and Jillian what happened. Bob and Jillian were furious with Adro.
Contestants are driven out to some sand dunes for their latest challenge, where they must race up the largest sand dune, down it, up it again, back down and then up once more. For the winner, the chance to chose any contestant to weigh in 24 hours earlier than all the others. With Wal's sights set on Shane, could this cause the game's biggest upset so far?
Wal chose Shane (his biggest competitor) to weigh-in early, so Wal was quite confident.
With so much at stake, both Ruth and Wal fell below the yellow line. Is this the end of Wal?
With Wal as the biggest threat, will Ruth survive another week in the house or can Wal hold on one last time?
Instead of going on an excursion for their challenge, the contestants will do it right in the backyard. When they meet AJ, they also see five piles of bricks. "In front of each of you is a 1t pile of bricks. Your task for today is to carry them 30m ahead of you and make a neat pile like this one," instructs AJ. The winner of this task will receive a $1000 Bunnings Warehouse voucher and the loser will be isolated in their room. With Wal out of the house, just about anyone could win. Adro thought he was winning the entire time, but he was wrong because Christie cleverly disguised her pile so it looked like she had a long way to go. Soon enough, her pile disappeared and she won. Ruth came last and therefore will be isolated in her room.
This is yet another temptation where all the remaining contestants attend except Ruth because she is isolated in her room for coming last in yesterdays challenge. Adro, Fiona and Kristie decide to go for the temptation, but Shane stands strong and isn't going to let the smell of the delicious Chinese food carry him away. At the end, Kristie wins immunity.
There was a special competition. In the first round, all of the contestants were blindfolded and put into a 3D maze. The first person to come out would win a 1kg advantage at the next weigh-in. Only the first three to exit would move on to the second and final round. Kristie came first and cleverly guided Fiona and Ruth (her smallest threats) through so it would be easier for her to win. They were then taken to a 10m rock-climbing wall. Whoever reached the top first would win an amazing Jet Ski valued at over $15 000. Ruth couldn't pull herself up so she gave up. Kristie was winning the whole time until she fell a few meters, then Fiona took the lead and won.
Kristie was feeling confident as she put on 5.7kg of water weight by water-loading because she had immunity, and figured she would then lose a lot of (water) weight the next week. She believed it was her only chance to get into the final three. Ruth lost a low 1.7kg, Shane lost 5.7kg, Adro lost 2.7kg and Fiona lost an extremely low 0.3kg (though she had the 1 kg advantage to bring her up to 1.3 kg.) Later that night, Adro and Kristie spoke about how they should vote off Ruth as she is a larger threat and she doesn't deserve to be here, but Adro doesn't seem to agree with Kristie's comments.
Fiona packed her things and got ready to leave, but there was a twist. Kristie voted for Ruth in the elimination room because she knew that Ruth was a larger threat than Fiona. Shane followed her lead which made it final that Ruth was going home. They didn't need to see who Adro voted for, but he admitted that it was Fiona.
The final four contestants fly to Queensland and are driven inland to a peaceful Camp Eden. Camp Eden is located two hours inland, amongst natural rivers, trees and mountains. They will stay here for the week and take their mind off everything they've been through and try to change themselves mentally. Today was split into to parts. The 'Bob' task and the 'Jillian' talk. With Bob, the contestants hiked for 90 minutes up rough hills and rocks. Fiona was desperate to win the whole time, but Bob had to slow her down because she was going too fast. Later in the afternoon, Jillian individually spoke to all of the contestants and made some cry, smile and others just walk away.
This was the second day in Camp Eden for the final four. This really brought out the emotions in a few contestants. Each contestant had to do a different activity and each of them involved heights. Firstly, Jillian took Kristie for a walk up a hill and then to a 45m flying fox. Surprisingly, Kristie didn't complain and she wasn't scared to jump off. Jillian was impressed because Kristie jumped off with no fear. Secondly, Bob took Fiona to an 8m climbing tree where she climbed it and then had to jump onto a bar 1m from where she was. She did this after a few minutes of Bob telling her that she will not fall. Thirdly, Jillian took Shane to a short abseiling wall. They didn't abseil, but run down it from the top to the bottom. Shane beat Jillian's time by 3 seconds. Finally, Adro and Bob went to another climbing tree, but this one was 25m high. Adro didn't have a problem climbing the tree, but when he go to the top, he was told that he had to jump off, (harnessed of course). It took him 10 minutes to Mentally prepare for it, but eventually he jumped.
This was the battle for immunity to get into the finals. Everyone wanted it, but there was to be only one winner. The challenge was at Camp Eden and it consisted of bikes, rowing and running. First, they had to ride bikes on grass 1km to the canoes. Then they had to drag the canoe to the pond and then row ten laps of the pond. When completed, they had to get back to the land and run around the pond four times. They then had to get back on the bikes and ride all the way back to the finish line. Adro was in the lead most of the time until the running part. Kristie overtook him and she won immunity. Far behind was Fiona who came third and when Shane came in last, he thew his bike and helmet and gave an evil look to Fiona because he fell off his bike and she didn't say a thing.
Just before the weigh-in, Adro and Shane made a deal that if one of them was below the yellow line at the weigh-in, they wouldn't vote them off. This was the most important weigh-in to date because this was the last one before the finale. Kristie lost 8.1kg because she gained 5.1kg last week by water-loading, Fiona gained 0.8kg, Shane lost a small 2.8kg and Adro lost 3.7kg. Later in the afternoon, Kristie told Adro that he should vote off Shane because he is a huge threat. Adro then told Kristie about the deal and Kristie tried to convince him to break it.
Adro made up his mind and decided to brake the promise with Shane and vote him off. This elimination was more emotional than ever. Adro broke into tears as he said goodbye to Shane. Kristie told Adro that he did the right thing because he now has a better chance of winning the game. The final three lined up in front of AJ at the front of the house. Without AJ saying anything they just waited. Finally the gates opened and the emotions on the contestants faces were extreme when they saw the eliminated eight (without Tracy) walk through the gates looking very unhappy.
The final three just looked at each other as the eliminated eight walked into their house. "There goes my chance of winning this game", Kristie said as she saw Wal. It was time for a very special weigh-in. The eliminated eight were weighed-in for the first time since leaving the house. AJ made it very clear that anyone who gained weight would leave immediately. Wal gained 800 grams and he left immediately. After everyone was weighed in, AJ told them that one of them would be back into the competition. Over the next week, that one person will be decided.
Bob and Jillian walked into the house and found out that seven of the eliminated nine contestants were back in the house. It was obvious that Bob and Jillian were not impressed. The intruders made a point in the gym today, showing that they were ready to win.
The remaining seven intruders were taken to Stockton, a small coastal sand dune area near Sydney. They then had to race 3km through the sand dunes by foot over some dunes more than 30m in height. There were to be three winners. It didn't matter who came first or last in the race because at the finish line they had to choose a food product which they thought had the least amount of calories. Harry, Cat and Jo remained in the competition.
The final three (now known as the black three) refuse to answer the door to the remaining three intruders. After waiting outside for fifteen minutes, the black three answer the door to find that Cat, Harry and Jo returned. Only the three intruders were weighed-in at the weigh-in today. Who ever loses the most weight out of them will remain in the competition and be one of the final four. Jo jumped onto the scale with an ordinary loss of 2kg. Next was Cat who lost a disappointing 1kg. Harry had to lose at least 4kg to win. He lost an amazing 10kg and was rewarded by being back in the final four. Harry was given his black shirt, but as he put it on, Kristie, Adro and Fiona took theirs off. When Harry climbed on the stool, Kristie, Adro and Fiona took a step back.
Unlike every other Monday, there wasn't an elimination today. The final four were all in the gym by 8.00am this morning. Adro, Kristie and Fiona were all training next to each other and Harry was on the other side of the room. More tension flared when Bob and Jillian entered the room. Neither Bob or Jillian wanted to train Harry, especially after finding out that he lost 10kg. They were happy for him, but thought it was unfair that he could just stroll back into the competition. "With or without trainers, I'm going to win this game and you know it", Harry said to Jillian as she refused to train him.
Finally Adro, Kristie and Fiona made peace with Harry and early this morning they decided to run the walk which they did to the house on the first day. Only Harry was too sore to run. The final four also had a celebrity visitor. Instead of Bob & Jillian training them, owner of three world boxing titles; Jeff Fenech, trained the final four with some boxing skills.
Over the last few days, the final four have been preparing speeches which they will read to thirty obese people who were just like them and try to encourage them to lose weight. AJ introduced the thirty people to the final four and one by one they told their stories. Fiona and Harry entertained the audience with a funny speech, but Adro and Kristie made most of them cry.
The final four woke up with a note telling them that they were going to have a lot of fun. They didn't realise that they were actually going to give Bob and Jillian a taste of their own medicine. Bob struggles to do some of the routines which he set out himself. Later, the contestants had their final workout in the house with Bob and Jillian.
This was the last weigh-in in the house. Kristie was the first to be weighed and lost an incredible 23% in body weight since day one, Fiona lost 19% in body weight since day one and Adro lost a massive 24% since day one. It was now up to Harry; if he lost more than 24%, then Adro and Fiona will be up for elimination since Kristie has immunity.Harry lost 25% in body weight. This meant that Adro and Fiona were up for elimination. There was a twist, the elimination was right now. Kristie followed her strategy to win and voted for Adro and Harry also voted for Adro. Adro was eliminated. The trainers returned for the last time that afternoon and they were speechless when they realised that Adro was eliminated. The final three said goodbye to Bob and Jillian because they had to return to L.A.
The final three went home to train for the grand final in two months. There are two major twists. AJ went around to all of the eliminated contestants and told them that out of the eliminated contestants whoever loses the most weight since day one will win $50,000. Bob and Jillian agreed with the producers that it was only fair to let Adro back into the competition. So now its the final four again.
After five months of training, challenges, eliminations, tears, smiles and frowns; the original twelve contestants with AJ Rochester and Bob & Jillian live from L.A. prepare for the long awaited grand final.''''The night is started by welcoming in the eliminated eight one by one to see them for the first time in two months. Every single one of them looked so confident and different to when we first saw them walking though the gates. We also saw a summary in video of each of their time in the 'white house' from when they first walked in to when they were eliminated. The eliminated eight then stripped down into their weigh-in clothes and battled it out for the $50,000. Who ever has lost the most percentage of weight since day one will win the prize money. First was Jo who lost an amazing 31kg since say one which put her in the lead until Cat jumped on the scales and blew everyone away with a massive drop of 53.7kg since day one. The rest of the eliminated contestants couldn't beat Cat until Wal came on crying and lost 66kg since day one. Finally Shane climbed on, but couldn't beat Wal. This meant that Wal was the winner of the $50,000.''''The Final four came in one by one and we also saw their long journey through the house. Everyone was nervous when they were told to strip down to their weigh-in clothes. Before the winner of the $200,000 was decided, AJ told the final four that no one will leave empty handed. Second place will win $30,000, third place will win $20,000 and fourth place will win $10,000. Fiona weighed-in first and had lost an impressive 29.5kg since day one. Next was Harry who weighed-in and lost nearly 70kg or 37% in body weight. Harry was now in the lead. Kristie lost 36.93% in body weight. If she had lost 0.08% more, she would have been in the lead. At last it was Adro's turn; this is the moment everyone's been waiting for. Adro lost 51.3kg and won the game and took home a whopping $200,000. Adro is Australia's first Biggest Loser. The rest of that
All of the secrets of The Biggest Loser were revealed. We saw what the contestants ate, the secret battles, some tricks which the contestants plotted against each other and all the juicy secrets which helped the contestants during their stretch in the house. Hosted by AJ Rochester, this episode was dedicated to all of the people who want to lose weight.