The Biggest Loser – NBC

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Are you finally ready to change your life for the better and be on a hit TV show. If you answered yes than the producers at NBC want to hear from you for their hit TV show The Biggest Loser. Casting directors are looking for charismatic individuals who have the desire to change their lives forever and vie for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to lose weight and compete for a grand prize of $250,000. The show centers on overweight contestants attempting to lose the most weight and to fight for a cash prize. Popular host Jillian Michaels will  join popular returning trainers and top fitness experts Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince for season 15 of The Biggest Loser. The casting directors at NBC are now taking contestant applications and this is your chance to audition for a life changing experience. Do not miss out your chance to be on The Biggest Loser and have the chance to win $250,000, apply now!Contestants will be divided into three teams in Season 14 – supervised by trainers Harper, Michaels and Quince. Each trainer/team will be paired with at least one child participant (age 13-17) who will compete with and contribute to their respective teams, but the kids will not be eligible for elimination. They will work at both the ranch and at home, and their progress will be featured in every episode. The trainers and Biggest Loser medical staff as well as behind-the-scenes childhood obesity experts will help the children get healthy, achieve their personal goals and transform their lives during the course of the season.

The Biggest Looser is coming back to its original time slot on Sundays with hour long episodes. Casting for season 15 is going on right now and this is your chance to audition. Casting producers are looking for charismatic individuals who have the desire to change their lives forever, according to the NBC casting website. Candidates must be at least 18 years old and a legal U.S. resident. If you are interested in auditioning for The Biggest Loser please submit your contact information along with several photos. Please keep checking back often for more information on casting dates and locations and as always leave us a comment and let us know what you think about the previous 14 season of the popular NBC show.

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19 Responses to The Biggest Loser – NBC

  • Zenobria Cabrera says:

    The show has always been inspiring, people that want to change their life to improve mentally and physically and show as well as feel their weakness and strength and their drive to lose the weight.

  • Merari says:

    I want My sister to be on this show so bad because she really needs it. I don’t know how I can get her to go on it she won’t . How can I convince her ?. She has been overweight all her life and now that she is 18 I think she needs her life changed. Every time she looks for clothes she cries . Please let her be on the show ! E-mail: caro.avila82@gmail.com

  • Roger Marr says:

    I would like my wife and I to be considered for this show we for both struggle with our weight and this show is inspiring I am 5″11and 275lbs and shhhhhh don’t tell my wife for she would not be happy one telling what she weights but she is 5″5 and 212lbs we have been married 3 years and have a 8 year little girl and wanna live healthy but just struggle with it thank you a over weight husband

  • Hannah says:

    Sorry, forgot to add that I am 19. I think that being on the biggest loser and having the oppertuinity to get the help that i need would be lifechanging. I aspire to be a police officer and am almost done with my assosiates degree, but my family doesnt believe i can be one because of my weight. There are certain physical things i need to be able to do that i cant being 350 and i just really need to get this weight off before health issues start happening. :/ thank you -Hannah

  • Nicole says:

    I want to go on the biggest loser because I have been struggling with my weight since I had my last child back in 2001 & my doctor is concerned that I might get diabetes so my doctor, family, and mainly me don’t want diabetes or any other health issues, I want to beat getting it and lose this weight but I most of all I want to be around long enough for my kids and husband to be proud of me when I can show them I can get back to my old slim self, I was once a nice comfortable size at a good weight, eating healthy and I miss that part of me & I want to do everything possible to be that person again. and be here for my family.

  • Julie says:

    I am a former gastic by pass patient and have started to fall to bad habits again. I am slowly gaining weight again.I have watched the show since it started, I believe. It would be an honor to me to be selected to get myself back on tract to positive thinking, staying away from all the negatives, when it comes to food and temptations. I think deep down their is something from my past that leads to these bad eating behaviors, but can’t put my finger on it. I especially would like some guidance with my daughter Hanna. She is only 8 and weighs 123lbs. I am so afraid for her future. Please help!
    Julie from Minnesota

  • janice says:

    i know i have problems from my past that have been
    a berden in my life that has made me make all the bad
    habits and choices in my life i am getting older so any one out there
    please help me jan michigan its about that time me

  • Destiny Torres says:

    I would love to be on this show. I’m 18, 207 pounds, and I’m 5’5 1/2. EVERYONE who knows how much I weigh cannot believe it. When other people ask how much I weigh and I tell them they swear I’m lying. I get compliments on my body, like “you have Marilyn Monroes body but a little thicker, its nice”. But I don’t feel nice or comfortable in my body. I want to be able to run without having to stop every couple feet. I want to be able to play with my nieces and nephew and little brother without getting tired so easily. If I was to come on the show I would be so excited because finally I’d be able to have drive to reach this goal! I know it would be tough but it would be all worth it in the end!

  • janice says:

    yes i know im ready my hip is out of wack im just a big miss have let myself go and when i say that i mean that starting to break things because i have just gotten to big for my own good not mad at any one but myself for this but i have my children and grand children and one great grand son to live for so i can say i need the help to lose this weight am 57 years young and if i want to be in any more parts of my life which i do with out a dought i do then i gotta be stoped with all the unhealthy eating i do
    janice henderson thanks for reading anyone

  • escarly de miranda says:

    HOLA muy buenas tardes me encantaria que mi madre pudiera asistir al programa porq la verdad no baja de peso y pues tampoco ella pone de su parte por bajar esos kilos de mas . es una mujer muy joven y por su sobre peso no le dan un trabajo estable y pues eso la hace que tenga muy baja su autoestima nosotros sus hijos desearimos que volviera a tener ese rostro lleno de alegria llena de vida y sobre todo llena de salud ahora asta sus articulaciones dle duelen para caminar si estuviera en sus medios ayudarnos estariamos en deuda gracias DIOS LES BENDIGA por devolverles las ganas de vivir y sentirse mejor a nuestros seres queridos

  • Donna Dunn says:

    I’m at the end of my rope, I have been struggling with my weight on and off since the birth of my 2nd child. Then after having a hysterectomy it has become completely out of hand. I need help and I mean serious help with getting on track. I need guidance and teaching, I’m bigger than I’ve ever been and I HATE IT. Please send me information on going to the ranch.

  • Angel Padilla says:

    Me and my 15 year old daughter have struggled with obesity. I am a single parent, and bad eating habits were brought on by emotional issues, and bad eating habits taught by my mother and father. I was always told at the table growing up eat till you get full.

  • Lisa says:

    My daughter will be 17 at the end of February. She has struggled with obesity all her life. She weighs 260 pounds, and it is not that she constantly eats, I swear she just looks at food and gains weight. She is the only one in the house that has weight issues. She needs help. Please send me information about going to the ranch.

  • Tracy Manning says:

    I have watched your show and am inspired by it and I do try but with all the obstacles and tragedy my family and I have been through it’s tough keeping schedule. I work with the postal service carring mail 5 to 6 days a week working 8 to11 hrs a day. I have an autistic 17 yr old daughter, 14 yr old step-daughter with a brain tumor and a 16 yr old step son all having some type of problem and chaos going on. Mostly my daughter throwing tantrums and my step daughter having bad days….very stressful house. I need to be healthy and strong but my weight and health have gone bad….I am heavier now than I was 9 months pregnant with my last child. I am more tone because I work but still heavy…I am the only one working, my husband is retired military and is at home with the children and going thru the tragedy of raising and helping his sick daughter. I am strong atheletic type person and love to be active but the stress of working and dealing with everything has got the best of me. Please help!

  • Gwen Mahler says:

    Hello, my name is Gwendelyn Mahler, but I go by Gwen.I weigh 210 pounds and have a height of 5’2. I have always been the “Biggest” in almost any activity that I’ve done. I get teased on a daily basis from my fellow classmates, and sometimes even at church, one of my favorite places to go, they would talk behind my back about my struggle with obesity. If you gave me a chance, I would wish to come back from the ranch with a new view on life, along with some new eating habits. It would be a dream come true if I could show all of the children that ever teased me that I could become skinny.I have always wanted to become skinny since day 1 of my life! Please give me a chance to change my eating habits and my life!
    ~ Sincerely, Gwen

  • Nicole Marshall says:

    Hello my name is Nicole Marshall. I am 33 years old, 300 lbs and have 3 beautiful daughters. I would love to be on the big loser for various reasons but the most important reason is my 10 year old daughter. Her weight is startting to get out of control and i have no idea how to get me to a healthy a weight let alone be able to help her. I was a heavy child and i dont want my daughter to go thru what i went thru. And i just want to get healthy so that i can enjoy life with my fiance and my girls.

  • James D. Jones Jr. says:

    Hello, Im James Jones, Im 5’9-5’10 at 258 lbs. Its a lot and stress and wear on my body and it really affects my work and other activities i love to do. But that’s not the reason im auditioning for the show. I never really achieved anything special in life and i was never really able to support my family the way i wanted to. I just recently got married to my beautiful wife and her beautiful 9 kids. Thats right 9 kids. They are all very smart and intellegent and very energetic. i love everylast one as if they were my own kids. I want to be around to see them graduate and have their own families. i was very athletic as a kid, weather it was basketball, football, baseball, martial arts, you name it i did it. but that all changed quickly, life became very hard and i began to get very depressed. i lost my desire and will to compete. it affected my school work in high school and college. i was always told that i would never amount to anything or that i i was to fat and short to reach my goals. Itys bothered me a lot. I even began to believe it was true. So Im here today to prove to myself and everyone else that it doesnt matter who you are, you can achieve anything you put your my to. I accept the challenge and Im cofident enough to say that Im the Next Biggest loser. That NBC for the chance to even have a chance to audition. This is a great show that i always loved to watch, now its time for me to be apart of somehing special and thats the biggest loser.

  • My husband and I watch the show every season and he get’s so inspired by watching the contestants and I hear him say “I wish I could get on the show” which I know millions of people say everyday. His name is Curtis and we have been married for 20 years and he has always been a heavy guy but the closer he got to 40 the more weight he gained. He’s 5’11 and weighs around 330 pounds now. We just recently found out he is diabetic due to his weight. He has talked about doing the weight loss surgery but I feel that if he was able to lose it himself it would build his confidence and show him he can do anything he sets his mind to. We are expecting our first Grandchild in July 2014 and he’s very afraid of not being around to see him grow up. After 20 years this would be one of the greatest gifts if I could get him as far as an audition for casting. Just that I think would be so motivational. Thank you and good luck to all. **Robin**

  • Lisa Mraz says:

    I would like my fiancé Mel Gutierrez to be on your show because over the last year he has become very over weight and now has high cholesterol and high BP because of this. We have 2 boys together and they are teenagers so soon they will be gone and he won’t have anymore time with them. I am so afraid for him and his health he can’t even go up a flight of stairs without losing his breath. He’s in denial because in college he was a baseball star and etc. please help us. The only set back about him not wanting to go would be he is an extreme work aholic and that’s one of the reasons he got this way. I don’t know if this will hurt our relationship but I can’t lose him for the sake of our kids not having a father. Thank you.

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