When Ali Vincent won the fifth season of “The Biggest Loser” and became the first female contestant to take home the title, she had lost an incredible 112 pounds. For the next seven years, Vincent maintained a healthy weight. Then, in 2015, she experienced a personal trauma that triggered a rapid weight gain over a 12-month period.
Vincent had opened up about her recent weight gain before, but hadn’t shared details about any specific trigger.
A woman won The Biggest Loser for the first time in the show's history, as Ali took home the $250,000 prize. She was also the show's actual biggest loser, having lost 112 pounds and 47.86 percent of her body weight, more than anyo...
Ali Vincent, the winner of The Biggest Loser's fifth season, has confessed to gaining 70 pounds in the last year -- taking her past her original weight when she began her journey on the NBC reality weight-loss competition.