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This marks Michaels’ third departure from the show; she first left in 2006 for season three, but returned in following season, and then again in 2011, missing seasons 12 and 13.“After helping hundreds of contestants transform their lives and inspiring millions of viewers at home, and Jillian Michaels have decided to part ways and she will not be returning for season 16 when it airs in the fall,” NBC said in a statement.Some fans suspect that the outcome of season 15–crowning Rachel Frederickson the winner despite her extreme weight loss–may have attributed to the 40-year-old trainer’s exit.Laura Williams has worked in recreation management since 2004.She holds a master's degree in exercise and sport science education from Texas State University, as well as a B. in exercise and sport science from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.Following Frederickson’s win, Michaels voiced her strong opinions over the winner’s shocking weight loss. ” she asked in an interview with According to Michaels, her decision wasn’t as much influenced by the seasons’ controversial results, but rather the way she was being portrayed on the show. You saw the tough, and you saw the love.” In recent episodes, however “you saw none of the relationships, none of the bonds that I build with my clients. MNBC has not yet announced whether fellow trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince are returning, or who will replace Michaels in the upcoming 16th season. However, he did reveal the most surprising celeb who got in touch with him while he was on the mend: "Howard Stern.Him and [his wife] Beth, they reached out to me.""Then Howard sent me a video of naked men doing yoga," Harper joked.
During a Tuesday morning interview on “Today” with Savannah Guthrie, Harper shared about his condition, "I had what they call a widowmaker, and it was a 6 percent survival rate… Once he collapsed, the gym’s coach found two doctors at a nearby event who worked to save his life. “I will never, ever walk into a gym again that doesn’t have CPR, people that know their CPR, and there is an AED somewhere in that gym.” After he was rushed to the hospital, the 51-year-old would be unconscious for two days. ’ and 10 minutes later I was asking the same thing and just getting super emotional. So, I’m feeling good, I’m taking it one day at a time, and I’m doing exactly what the doctors tell me.” Harper revealed, "It was hugely shocking for me, and I’ve learned a lot about myself.
Bob Harper shot to fame in 2004 with the start of the NBC TV show "The Biggest Loser," a show designed to help obese individuals achieve significant weight loss.
As one of the two fitness trainers on the show, Bob's gregarious and upbeat personality quickly made him a fan favorite, generating interest in his personal life.
Bob Harper was born in Nashville, Tennessee on August 18, 1965.
He grew up and attended school in Nashville, but didn't pursue athletics during his teenage years.