Big losers need makeover
Iwish they’d hurry up and makeover The Biggest Loser contestants. That’s the only reason I’m persisting with the show. Let’s be frank. It’s pretty boring and now cry baby Nathan has gone, I’m not anticipating too much reality TV tantrum throwing.
I love a makeover. Can’t wait to see what they do with Lara. I’m pretty confident that she’s going to come out of it looking smoking hot. Her boyfriend Leigh will too. He seems to have excellent bone structure.
They’ve been a surprise, the Westren family. I thought mum Charlene was a Judy Moran wannabe when I first clapped eyes on her. She blasted Shannen the trainer, stormed out ( there’s a lot of it – storming out – going on this series), came back and morphed into Julie Rafter, always ready with an encouraging word, a kindly hug or a piece of worldly advice.
Lara’s lucky getting a mother-in-law like that. She thinks so, notice she’s calling her Mum now not Char, even though she’s not really her mother. I wonder how Lara’s real mother feels about Lara calling someone else Mum?
Char cares about her appearance too. Notice how she’s flicking the blonde curls around and occasionally, just for a bit of variety, she trots out the GHD for stick straight hair. Do you think they let her out of Camp Biggest Loser to get her roots done?
Anyway if I were Char, I’d have a bit of a word to host, Hayley Lewis about the bike pant-crop top combo they force the female contestants to wear to weigh in. No-one looks good in that get up – it’s quite unforgiving. Truly, Miranda Kerr would struggle to get away with wearing it. OK, not quite true, she’d look good, but there’s no way she’d actually wear an ensemble like that on national TV. What’s wrong with a t-shirt?
And while we’re at it, why can’t the men keep their t-shirts on? I’m thinking that the producers may just want us all to be fully confronted by the contestants’ bodies in all their overweight glory. No, surely not.