Celebrity Fit Club is a reality television series that follows eight overweight celebrities as they try to lose weight for charity.
Split into two competing teams of four, each week teams are given different physical challenges, and weighed to see if they reached their target weights. The series originated in the United Kingdom on ITV in 2002 as Fat Club, with members of the general public taking part.
"I have plenty of friends that are bi or homosexual. "I don't frown on anybody for that lifestyle, it's not my lifestyle. All that matters is that I'm gonna take care of my kids." As for staying with Smith, Strahan said: "When I had to stay somewhere, he opened his door.
It's not that I couldn't stay at any hotel I want." The divorce proceedings have been splashed across the front pages of the New York tabloids and has blown into a public spectacle.
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In this series, former Fit Club contestants joined the judging panel, with a different ex-contestant appearing each week: so far, they have included Amy Lamé, Aldo Zilli, Jonathan "Jono" Coleman, Paul Ross, Alison Hammond, James Whitaker, Lowri Turner, Ann Widdecombe and Kym Mazelle.
"Michael moved into Ian's one-bedroom apartment," Jean Strahan said, according to the Daily News.
"And you can say an alternative lifestyle sprouted." Her lawyer then stopped her before she could elaborate, the Daily News reports.
The second series was aired in 2004 presented by Dale Winton. The following celebrities took part: Vanessa's Team (winners) Note: James' Team was known as John's team from weigh-ins 4 to 6 and Freddie's team from weigh-ins 1 to 3.
The third series started on 4 January 2005, this with a former contestant, Ann Widdecombe as a member of the judging panel.