As of January 2014, fourteen full seasons and two specials have aired in the United States, with the 15th season underway, as well as 22 seasons in 11 other countries.
Trailer Choir’s Big Vinny may soon need a new name.
Jillian Michaels was a trainer for 7 seasons, but left the show after season 11 finished.
Two new trainers, Cara Castronova and Brett Hoebel, were introduced in season 11, but were not brought back for season 12.
In one of the strangest reports I have read in a long time, apparently Anna Kournikova is going to join the cast of Biggest Loser as one of the trainers. Is she going to have everyone out there running down tennis balls?
I know she is in excellent shape but just because you are in excellent shape does not mean you can translate that into helping others get into good shape.
Despite attracting plenty of media attention for her bombshell court attire and her steamy romance with crooner Enrique Iglesias, Kournikova also used her fame to help others, whether it was playing in charity matches or appearing as a celebrity trainer on "The Biggest Loser" (NBC, 2004- ), which endeared her to millions as a genuine role model.
Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova was born on June 7, 1981 in Moscow, Russia to Sergei Kournikov, a former Greco-Roman wrestler and professor at a Moscow university, and his wife, Alla, a 400-meter runner.
Despite the fact that I have some major problems with their training styles, they have proven, quite definitively, that they know how to get the job done and the pounds off.
The Russian-born beauty trained at an early age, displaying prowess on the court while training at top tennis academies.
Kournikova captivated the sports world with an impressive Grand Slam debut at the 1996 U. Open, where she reached the fourth round of competition against top-ranked Graf.
Kournikova failed to win a singles title throughout her career, but instead showed her strength as a doubles player along with her partner (and former competitor) Hingis.
Trading in her tennis gear for skimpy swimsuits while posing in numerous magazine pictorials, including the 2004 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, helped rebrand Kournikova's image from a rising tennis star into one of the world's sexiest athletes.