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'The Biggest Loser' spoilers: Olympians inspire, but do the pounds come off?

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A new episode of “The Biggest Loser” airs Tuesday night, and fans are chomping at the bit for some spoilers. According to Zap2It on Jan. 14, some high-profile Olympians will be on-hand to inspire the remaining contestants.

“The Biggest Loser” contestants will head to Park City, Utah and train with several of the Olympians. Apolo Anton Ohno will talk to the contestants about the struggles he went through to remain on top as a teen, while the curling and bobsled team members will share their tips. Lolo Jones, Jazmine Fenlator, Anne Swisshelm, Debbie McCormick and Jessica Schultz will all connect with the contestants to hopefully inspire them.

This episode isn't just about inspiration, however. The contestants will all have Olympics-inspired workouts to tackle from their trainers, and they will be challenging. One contestant will struggle with her confidence, and Jillian Michaels works to get her back on track.

How will the contestants do this week? As Bob Harper points out, travel is almost always a problem for the contestants. Everybody may feel inspired, but will it show in results on the scale? The preview at TV Guide shows some ugly numbers popping up during the weigh-in, but viewers will have to tune in to see if they are really what the contestants experience this week.

“The Biggest Loser” airs Tuesday nights on NBC.

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