Jillian Michaels, Ruben Studdard, and the Biggest Loser cheating scandal

The Biggest Loser

Biggest Loser got a little dramatic when host Alison Sweeney revealed that Jillian Michaels, a trainer on the Biggest Loser, broke the rules and beat out the rival blue and black teams being trained by Bob and Dolvette.

Last week, Jillian broke the rules and gave caffeine supplements to each member of her team without doctor’s permission.

Because of this rules violation, Jillian has been penalized and the white team will receive a four pound disadvantage on the scale tonight. The Biggest Loser executives were clearly shocked as the fans were and called Jillian out on the scandal.

And “for fairness reasons,” the previous week’s results were declared “invalid” and Studdard will return to the show after the elimination.
This made it where the blue team still had immunity from last week. As a result, fan favorite and American Idol champ Ruben Studdard, who was voted off last week, will now return to the show. Ruben returning has shocked everyone.

As for the scandal behind all the action, Jillian was given a chance to have her say about what she did. Refusing to apologize for her actions she said, “I stand by my opinion, a caffeine supplement is significantly healthier than unlimited amounts of coffee, my only regret is that my team, they’re the ones suffering the consequences of my professional opinion.”

But, she intimated on Twitter saying that she might have been situate up by producers, who, from the start was targeting to bring back fan-favorite Ruben Studdard and former American Idol star, who had been eliminated the week before.