Jillian Michaels: I left ‘The Biggest Loser’ because I was being portrayed too harshly

07.16.14 3 years ago

Jillian Michaels: I left “The Biggest Loser” because I was being portrayed too harshly
As a result, she says, “millions of people have this warped negative perception of me.” Then there was the Rachel Frederickson controversy. “I had to take a hard look at my work” after that, she says.

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John Oliver tells Howard Stern HBO doesn”t care what he does
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Andy Cohen”s “Watch What Happens Live” premiered 5 years ago today
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Sports radio host refers to Erin Andrews “a gutless b*tch”
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A drunk Charlie Sheen captured stumbling through a Taco Bell drive-thru
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Letterman reveals his fave sandwich
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ABC Family is shifting its focus from families to women in their 20s
The goal is to make ABC Family a young-adult network.

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