List of The Biggest Loser Australia Episodes

List Of The Biggest Loser Australia Episodes

This is a list of episodes of all seasons of the Australian Television series The Biggest Loser.

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... The seventh season also known as The Biggest Loser Singles aired on 23 January 2012 ... Original airdate Episode Title Description Total viewers Week 1 ... Monday, 23 January Season Premiere The 16 new contestants introduced their trainers to their diets for a day, and then left for Camp Biggest ... She also announced that Lydia was the current Biggest Loser ...

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