Hudsonite Lisa Rambo Loses 108 lbs., Narrowly Misses Winning "The Biggest Loser" $100,000 At-Home Prize
Lisa Rambo, a special education assistant at Hudson High School and mother of four who competed on Season 14 of NBC's reality show "The Biggest Loser," lost a total of 108 lbs. and narrowly missed winning the show's $100,000 at-home prize.
Lisa Rambo, the Hudson High School special education assistant who is competing on Season 14 of "The Biggest Loser," narrowly missed winning the show's $100,000 "at-home" prize at the live season finale Monday night.
In front of a live national TV audience, Rambo weighed in 138, for a total loss of 108 lbs. (43.9 percent). She finished just behind Gina McDonald who lost a total of 113 lbs. (46.12 percent).
Rambo weighed 246 lbs. last September when she began her journey at the "Biggest Loser" ranch. She was eliminated from competition for the $250,000 grand prize in mid-November at 209 lbs. As recently as Feb. 4, she appeared on the TODAY Show weighing less than 165 lbs.
The At-Home Contenders
Dannielle "Danni" Allen edged Jeff Nichols by just 1 pound to take home the $250,000 grand prize. Allen lost 121 pounds (46.9 percent).
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