An Interview With ‘The Biggest Loser’ 4 Contestant Jez Luckett

Filed under: Television — @ February 9, 2008


Jez Luckett weighed 345 pounds when he started “The Biggest Loser” 4

We’ve already heard from several contestants who appeared on “The Biggest Loser” 4 in recent weeks, including the grand prize winner Bill Germanakos, final four contestant and Nashville, TN-native Isabeau Miller, Hurricane Katrina survivor Lezlye Donahue, and the oldest contestant ever Jerry Lisenby. Today we continue that series of interviews by turning to yet another member of the Black Team–JEZ LUCKETT!

Wanna see what Jez looks like now after losing 150 pounds? Check it out:

As a true fan of “The Biggest Loser” television series since the first season in 2004 (when I was losing my weight), it has been awesome to have this opportunity to provide this inside glimpse into what it was like being a contestant on this popular weight loss show. I’m excited about bringing even more interviews to you soon, including Kae Whang, Neil Tejwani, Nicole Michalik, Jim Germanakos, Hollie Self, David Griffin, Ryan Rodriguez, and “B” Andretti. Look for those in the coming weeks!

Right now, let’s turn our attention to Jez and this remarkable turnaround that has happened in his life after being given this unique opportunity to appear on “The Biggest Loser.” Find out what this outspoken former contestant has to say about what he thinks of Jillian Michaels, the excessive “game play” that has been going on lately on the show, and his brush with the paparazzi from TMZ.com by clicking here.

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