Jimmy Moore’s Interview With ‘Biggest Loser’ 2 $100,000 Winner Pete Thomas

Filed under: Television — @ December 12, 2007

Pete Thomas was the at-home winner of “The Biggest Loser” 2

As Season 4 of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” is coming to a close next week, I have been promising you an interview with a very special past contestant from that popular reality television show. After months of taunting and teasing you with it, the day has finally arrived! And I think you’ll agree with me after reading this today, it was WELL WORTH THE WAIT!!!

You’ll recall from Season 2 one of the most humble contestants was a very tall man named Pete Thomas. Pete really stuck out that season because of the way he carried himself on camera seemed to be who he was genuinely off camera. I can honestly say what you saw on television is the same man he is in real life. And that’s so refreshing to know!

Pete Thomas was recognized TWICE on this season of “The Biggest Loser” when he appeared in the special reunion episode that asked if they kept the weight off–AND HE HAS! Today you will find out what he does to KEEP the weight off. The second appearance was a couple of weeks ago when they highlighted the most amazing transformations in “Biggest Loser” history and Pete was #3 with his nearly 200-pound weight loss and the at-home $100,000 winner in Season 2 (when Matt Hoover won the GRAND PRIZE).

Sharing quite openly about his experience on the show, how he got there, what his purpose for becoming a contestant was, what it was like working with Jillian Michaels, and how his life forever changed for the better because of this experience, you get to see the real Pete Thomas here today, in the flesh, and straight from his heart. It is truly a pleasure to have him share the wisdom he has learned over these past few years with us today. ENJOY!

Click here to read my full interview with Pete Thomas!


CarbWire is an online magazine of everything low-carb. Whether you're already on a diet, or are just doing research, we provide the most up-to-date info on the web.


By topic

CarbWire RSS Feed Add to MyYahoo

Content Copyright © 2004-2019 CarbWire.com