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'Biggest Loser' Winner Criticized on Twitter Over Drastic Weight Loss

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February 7, 2014
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'The Biggest Loser' winner, Rachel Frederickson, is being criticized by some over her major weight loss. She dropped an astonishing 60-percent of her body weight, going from 260 pounds at the start of the show, to 105 pounds. As John Basedow (@JohnBasedow) reports, Frederickson is facing both support and backlash on Twitter. Video provided by Buzz60


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