Posted Wed, February 5, 2014 9:28am EST

The Biggest Loser’s Rachel Frederickson — Season 15 Winner

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merilyn

Posted at 3:17 AM on March 19, 2014  

she must have had the excess skin removed before the finale?

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Tonya

Posted at 7:33 PM on February 15, 2014  

Good job girl I knew that u could do it!!!!!!! I sooooooo proud of u!!!!👏👏👏💪

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Mary

Posted at 12:36 AM on February 6, 2014  

I think Rachel has not lost her battle with food. She has not truly dealt with her inner demons as evidenced by her new body image
Obsessed with food either way you look at it. She needs some more soul searching. $250,000 richer but any happier?

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Robin

Posted at 9:54 PM on February 5, 2014  

She most definitely deserved to win. Yes, she lost too much, but she knew she had to go above and beyond for the biggest loser title and the $. Her chances of beating the two guys were slim simply because they had more weight to lose in the beginning and also for the remainder of time left until the finale. She was almost at her goal weight on the episode before the season finale. Gotta look at it that she got that competitiveness streak back in her and she went for it! How could she not? She was in the top 3!! She made it that far and she had the drive to win it all!! Kudos Rachel!!

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Caroline

Posted at 9:45 PM on February 5, 2014  

First she’s criticized for being overweight, now she’s criticized for being underweight. Geez. Give the girl a break. She did her thang; you do yours.

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coachandcamo

Posted at 7:08 PM on February 5, 2014  

I think you are all pissed because she proved there is no more excuses for you lazy slugs who don’t have enough self control to put the fork down. You are all an example of pathetic human weakness. She wanted something and went out and did it for herself while you all lay on the couch and make dumb comments. Congrats to her and her accomplishments. To rest the rest of you: For those who fight for it, there is a spice of life the weak, lazy, and sheltered will never know. You should all think about staying out of the way of people like her.

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cutedutchgirl

Posted at 12:29 PM on February 5, 2014  

I agree. This is not what healthy looks like – this is scarily skinny! Looks like she starved herself to win. In my opinion, the men deserved to win this instead!

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Loserfan

Posted at 12:23 PM on February 5, 2014  

She lost a little too much weight in a short amount of time. Perhaps if she lost it more gradually and was able to tone more during the process it would look better on her, but the sagging on her face makes her look 44 instead of 24. It’s too bad. I think another 15-20 lbs. would have looked better on her. She went a little too far in my opinion.

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Lynette Simmons Swofford

Posted at 11:27 AM on February 5, 2014  

I think she looks beautiful in this picture

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Laural Buchholz-Byrd

Posted at 8:49 PM on February 5, 2014  

Rachel, keep you chin up. You were in a competition. You competed. You did what you needed to do to win. Enjoy your moment. You look great! Oh… and to cuteductchgirl, so it’s okay for the men to loose 50%+ of their body weight in this competition and ‘deserve to win’ but if Rachel does it she is unhealthy. We are such contrarians and hypocrites.

Glad you won the money. You were an awesome competitor, Rachel!

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