Alison Sweeney, the host of NBC's hit reality competition TV series, "The Biggest Loser," has just signed off ahead of the show's 17th season premiere, E! Online reported.
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Alison Sweeney is leaving The Biggest Loser weight loss competition TV show. After serving as the chirpy, upbeat host for years, Alison has made the decision that it’s time to split. And the news comes after Sweeney also shared her exit from her long-running starring role on the soap opera Days Of Our Lives, reported... Show More Summary
A host who has been a part of an NBC program for 13 seasons is off the show. According to media reports, Alison Sweeney is leaving “The Biggest Loser.” “Sweeney’s decision comes after hosting NBC’s inspirational weight-loss/competition series for 13...
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Alison Sweeney is leaving as host of The Biggest Loser! But why? And who should take her place?
The Biggest Loser is saying goodbye to its beloved longtime host.
Sweeney hosted the show's previous 13 seasons.
The Biggest Loser is losing more than weight. It is also losing its longtime host Alison Sweeney. Sweeney joined the show in Season 4, and after eight years as the show’s host, Sweeney has decided to part ways with the reality show. "After...Show More Summary
Alison Sweeney is exiting The Biggest Loser. And although the reality TV competition that promises heavyweights big money for shedding major pounds will start filming for a new season in September, Alison has decided to end her run as host, reported MSN. Show More Summary
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Say it ain't so! After hosting for 8 years, Alison Sweeney is saying goodbye to The Biggest Loser! Gone are the Days Of Our Lives where we watched the blonde beauty track the weight-loss progress of the competition show's overweight contestants. [ Related: Alison Has Left Days Of Our Lives! ] The program's producers confirmed that the former [...]
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When The Biggest Loser returns for Season 17, it will have already lost something, and it?s got nothing to do with pounds. For the first time in many seasons, the show will be missing one of its most familiar faces. Click To Continue Reading
The Biggest Loser is losing another host. According Access Hollywood, the producers of the reality weight-loss show have announced that Alison Sweeney is leaving. In a statement they said; "After an incredible run together, Alison Sweeney will not be returning as host of The Biggest Loser."
The Biggest Loser is about to be on the hunt for a new host. Alison Sweeney is exiting the show ahead of its 17th season, E! News has confirmed. The Days of...
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NBC’s The Biggest Loser is a little lighter today. Alison Sweeney, who has been a host on the weight-loss competition show since 2007, has exited the program. No reason was given and no replacement was named for the veteran series, which...Show More Summary
After 14 seasons hosting The Biggest Loser, Alison Sweeney is stepping away from the weight-loss competition show, Access Hollywood reports. "After an incredible run together, Alison Sweeney will not be returning as host of The Biggest Loser next season," said producers for the show. Show More Summary
Alison Sweeney is not returning as the host of The Biggest Loser for the upcoming season after spending eight years with the NBC reality weight loss competition series. The 38-year-old television personality, who is also well known for her work on Days of Our Lives, spent 13 seasons as the host of the show. “After [...]