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'The Biggest Loser' 2014: Fans think Rachel Frederickson lost too much

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Last night was the big finale of "The Biggest Loser" 2014. On Feb. 5, US Magazine shared about the big winner Rachel Frederickson. She was down to only 105 lbs. at the finale. The comments from fans are shocking as most of them feel like she lost too much weight.

Rachel went from 260 lbs. down to 105 lbs. She was a size 6 during makeover week and now she is down to a 0/2 which is pretty small. She says it is about maintaining now and doesn't sound like she plans to lose more. Rachel reveals she is ready to enjoy life and not hide anymore.

The comments talk about how much weight she lost. Many fans feel that she lost way too much and is too skinny. They feel like 260 lbs. wasn't a healthy weight, but maybe 105 lbs. isn't either. She is so small that the viewers of the show are concerned for her. At this point, Rachel and NBC both are staying quiet about the negative comments from viewers.

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