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Well the Biggest Loser is.....Helen! It's great that an older woman won because she is a good example that it's never too late to start taking care of yourself. I felt really bad for Tara though. She was only 5 or 6 pounds from beating Helen. She looked so defeated. I cannot believe they dragged that shit out for 3 hours though. I had no idea it was going to be that long! I had to switch over to the Real Housewives at 10pm and switch back during commercials to see who won. It's called priorities people.


All the couples looked amazing. The old couple made me so happy. The grandma looked hot! I love that the old guy Jerry kicked everyone's ass with his weight loss. He is probably going to live so much longer because of what he did for himself. That's why I love this show. It's so motivating. If a 65 year old guy, with all his health issues, can get off 177 pounds, then anyone can do it!
I flipped over to America Idol on the commercials of Biggest Loser and Adam was singing One by U2 which blew me away. That is one of my all time favorite songs and I hate to hear it sung by anyone else, but I have to say he rocked it. I like Adam, but I am getting a little bored with the screaming. Chris singing Kanye West's Heartless kicked ass too. It is so hard this season. They all sound killer.


Now onto the good stuff. The Real Housewives of New York reunion did not disappoint. It was even better than it looked on the commercials. Let's break it down:

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Thanks!
~Natalie

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