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Top 10 Biggest Losers: Where are they now?

#1/10: Ali Vincent
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#1/10: Ali Vincent

Ali Vincent was the first female winner of The Biggest Loser. She lost over 112 pounds on the show and keeps it off by sticking to a 2,000-calorie diet and working out for 90 minutes six times a week. Now she's the host of her own show, Live Big with Ali Vincent, on the Live Well Network!

#3/10: Bill Germanakos
#3/10: Bill Germanakos

Since becoming the Season 4 winner of The Biggest Loser, Bill Germanakos has taken a new position with his employer, Quest Diagnostics. He is now the director of Employee Wellness Initiatives. Bill says his temptations are very real and that every day is a struggle, but he makes a conscious effort to stay active.

#4/10: Dan Evans
#4/10: Dan Evans

Dan Evans started on The Biggest Loser Season 5 weighing in at 310 pounds. He now maintains his weight at 180 pounds and has started pursuing another lifelong dream: music. His album Goin' All Out debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Top Country Charts.

#5/10: Isabeau Miller
#5/10: Isabeau Miller

Isabeau Miller was the third runner-up on Season 4 of The Biggest Loser. Since the show, Isabeau has started working as a personal trainer and life coach. She lives on an all-organic diet and visits the gym five to six hours a week. Her biggest accomplishment is simply that she can now live the life others often take for granted.

#6/10: Matt Hoover
#6/10: Matt Hoover

Matt Hoover, winner of The Biggest Loser Season 2, lost 182 pounds on the show. Since then, Matt married fellow contestant Suzy, and they have a son together. He did gain a little bit of the weight back, but he and Suzy are focusing on steady and healthy maintenance of their weight as opposed to the type of drastic weight loss on

#7/10: Roger Shultz
#7/10: Roger Shultz

Roger Shultz began The Biggest Loser at 364 pounds and dropped down to 199 pounds by the end of the show. He now coaches the Scale Back Alabama campaign that helps the people of Alabama to lose weight. He says his biggest motivation to keep the weight off are his friends, who keep saying he'll gain it all back.

#8/10: Ryan Benson
#8/10: Ryan Benson

Ryan Benson, the first winner of The Biggest Loser, lost 122 pounds on the show, taking him from 330 to 208 pounds. He admitted, however, that he basically starved himself and lived on nothing but a "cleansing beverage" for the last several days of the show. Afterward Ryan gained almost all the weight back, currently putting him at 300

#9/10: Jeremy Britt
#9/10: Jeremy Britt

Last we heard, Jeremy Britt was keeping up with his health goals and actually working to put muscle on rather than solely lose weight. While we haven't seen much of him in the past year, Britt is still sporadically active on his Facebook fan page, posting information for his Michigan residential listings.

#10/10: Danni Allen
#10/10: Danni Allen

Danni Allen is still kicking butt! Not only has she kept off the weight, but she now regularly gloats about her workout routines on Twitter. Since leaving The Biggest Loser, Allen has become a registered yoga teacher and has partnered with One 2 One Yoga and Stars 2 Fitness. Currently she's doing a radio and Planet Fitness tour.

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