The Biggest Loser has crowned yet another winner!
The NBC reality hit's 14th season came to a close Monday night, awarding one contestant $250,000 in the process.
So who was named winner of The Biggest Loser: Danni Allen, Jackson Carter or Jeff Nichols? And how much weight did they, and the runner-ups, lose?
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Danni Allen, 26, was crowned the winner of season 14 of The Biggest Loser, beating second place finisher Jeff Nichols by one pound. That's right: One pound.
While Jeff lost 46.6% of his starting weight, going from 388 pounds to 207 pounds, Danni dropped to 137 pounds from 258 pounds, which was 46.9 percent of her starting weight. Jackson Carter, who came in third place, lost over 42 percent of his starting weight, going from 328 pounds to 190 pounds.
Eliminated contestant Gina McDonald took home $100,000 during the finale as she continued her weight loss at home, losing a total of 113 pounds.
They are are winners in our books!
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