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Celebrity Fit Club
Directed byHans van Riet
StarringAnthony Kalloniatis (host) (seasons 1–6)
Dr. Ian K. Smith (nutritionist)
Rhonda Britten (life coach)
Harvey Walden IV (trainer)
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes56
Production
ProducerITV Studios
Running time60 minutes
90 minutes (Finale)
Release
Original networkVH1
Original release9 January 2005 –
5 April 2010
External links
Website

Celebrity Fit Club is a reality television series which followed eight overweight celebrities as they tried to lose weight.

This show is based on the homonymous British version, which aired on the ITV Network from 2002 until 2006. The American version was executive produced by Richard Hall for Granada, in seasons 2–5.

Synopsis[edit]

The eight participants are split into two teams of four members apiece. During each week, the teams are given different physical challenges and their members are weighed to see if they have reached their target weights. Contestants are monitored and supervised by a team comprising a nutritionist, a psychologist, and a physical trainer. The series was hosted by Ant until Season 7.

At one point during each of the first five seasons, a team trade-off was initiated, in which the fit clubbers voted one member off their team. The teammate with the most votes was then traded to the other team. In the case of a tie, the team captain made the final vote. After Season 1, a new rule was enforced prohibiting participants from voting for themselves. In Season 5, to balance the gender-based teams, a new twist was added, which allowed traded fit clubbers to choose a teammate from their old team to join their new team. In Season 6, Harvey did the trade-off himself; Season 7 did not have one.

Panel[edit]

Members[edit]

  • Ant, Host (Seasons 1–6)
  • Harvey Walden IV, drill instructor (All seasons)
  • Dr. David Katz, health expert (Season 1)
  • Dr. Marisa Peer, psychologist (Season 1)
  • Dr. Ian K. Smith, physician (Seasons 2–7)
  • Dr. Linda Papadopoulos, psychologist (Seasons 2–4)
  • Stacy Kaiser, psychotherapist (Seasons 5–6)
  • Rhonda Britten, life coach (Season 7)

Seasons[edit]

Season 1 – 2005[edit]

Premiered 9 January 2005for 8 Episodes

Three Fat Bastards and One Black Beyotch(formally Ralphies Angels)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Ralphie May, comedian27 lb (12 kg)(5.6%)Team Captain
Joseph R. Gannascoli, actor32 lb (15 kg)(10.6%)Traded from Eastsiders
Kim Coles, actress/comedian24 lb (11 kg)(10.9%)
Wendy Kaufman, the Snapple lady28 lb (13 kg)(11.4%)
Eastsiders
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Daniel Baldwin, actor28 lb (13 kg)(10.6%)Team Captain; late for weigh-in 6; failed to appear at final weigh-in
Mia Tyler, model17 lb (7.7 kg)(8.1%)
Biz Markie, rapper/DJ40 lb (18 kg)(11.6%)Set record for total weight loss, winner
Mablean Ephriam, Divorce Court judge25 lb (11 kg)(12.0%)Traded from Ralphie's Angels, where she was team captain

Up until the end of the show Daniel was a model team leader; however, in episode 6, he turned up very late and confused, and by episode 8 (the finale), he did not appear at all, which cost his team victory. He later revealed that he had been abusing narcotics due to his back trouble and had entered rehab. No team captain was appointed to replace him.

Season 2 – 2005[edit]

Premiered 10 July 2005 for 8 Episodes

Sizzlin' Soul and White Ice (Winners)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Jackée Harry, actress/comedian39 lb (18 kg)(19.3%)Team Captain
Jani Lane, singer/frontman of Warrant23 lb (10 kg)(12.1%)
Phil Margera, father of Bam Margera (Jackass, Viva La Bam)41 lb (19 kg)(11.6%)broke Biz Markie's record for total weight loss, winner
Gary Busey, actor39 lb (18 kg)(18.7%)Traded from Crunchamatics where he was the team captain
The Winners
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Toccara Jones, model/TV host32 lb (15 kg)(15.6%)Team Captain, traded from Sizzlin' Soul and White Ice
Willie Aames, actor19 lb (8.6 kg)(10.2%)
Victoria Jackson, comedian22 lb (10.0 kg)(13.2%)
Wendy Kaufman, the Snapple lady, Season 1 contestant27 lb (12 kg)(11.9%)only returning contestant from Season 1

Season 3 – 2006[edit]

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Premiered 1 January 2006 for 8 Episodes

Kelly's Bellies (Winners)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Kelly Le Brock, actress/model31 lb (14 kg)(17.7%)Team Captain
Countess Vaughn, actress/comediangained 4 lb (1.8 kg)−3.0%traded from Ebony Flame/became the first fit clubber to gain weight on the show
Bizarre, rapper/member of D1231 lb (14 kg)(9.7%)
Gunnar Nelson, musician/member of Nelson23 lb (10 kg)(13.1%)replaced Jeff Conaway, participated for last 60 days
Jeff Conaway, actor0 lb (0 kg)0.0%original team captain, entered rehab in ep. 3
Ebony Flame
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Chaz Bono, gay rights activist & son of Sonny & Cher23 lb (10 kg)(10.7%)Team Captain
Tempestt Bledsoe, actress19 lb (8.6 kg)(10.5%)traded from Kelly's Bellies
Young MC, rapper38 lb (17 kg)(13.7%)winner
Bruce Vilanch, writer/comedian21 lb (9.5 kg)(6.7%)

NOTE: So far this is the only season where the team captains were not traded from their teams at the trade off.

Season 4 – 2006[edit]

Season 4 Participants

Premiered 6 August 2006 for 8 Episodes

The Fat Crushers (Winners)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
BoneCrusher, rapper51 lb (23 kg)(12.0%)Team Captain, broke Phil Margera's record for total weight loss
Carnie Wilson, singer/member of Wilson Phillips22 lb (10.0 kg)(11.7%)traded from Chili Con Carnie where she was team captain
Nicholas Turturro, actor22 lb (10.0 kg)(12.6%)
Erika Eleniak, actress/model31 lb (14 kg)(20.4%)
Hot Buttered Soul (Previously Chili Con Carnie)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Tina Yothers, actress42 lb (19 kg)(21.8%)Team Captain, set record for percentage weight loss, winner
Vincent Pastore, actor29 lb (13 kg)(10.6%)
Angie Stone, singer18 lb (8.2 kg)(7.9%)traded from The Fat Crushers; Record for 2nd Lowest Loss
Ted Lange, actor28 lb (13 kg)(14.8%)

Season 5 – 2007: Men vs. Women[edit]

Season 5 Participants

The fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club premiered on 22 April 2007. Unlike previous seasons, the teams were grouped by sex until the team trade. The team trade took place on 13 May 2007. This season had 8 Episodes.

Statistics as of 10 June 2007.

The Athletes (previously Shady Lady Bunch) (Winners)
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Ross Mathews, comedian214 lb (97 kg)173 lb (78 kg)41 (19.2%)elected team captain after Dustin chose him to join him on the team
Maureen McCormick, actress150 lb (68 kg)116 lb (53 kg)34 (22.7%)set record for percentage weight loss, winner
Dustin Diamond, actor/comedian217 lb (98 kg)187 lb (85 kg)30 (13.8%)traded from the Regulators
Tiffany, singer152 lb (69 kg)124 lb (56 kg)28 (18.4%)
The Regulators
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Warren G, rapper221 lb (100 kg)190 lb (86 kg)31 (14.0%)team captain
Da Brat, rapper172 lb (78 kg)146 lb (66 kg)26 (15.1%)chosen by Kimberley to join her on the Regulators
Cledus T. Judd, country music parody singer/comedian214 lb (97 kg)179 lb (81 kg)35 (16.4%)
Kimberley Locke, singer176 lb (80 kg)149 lb (68 kg)27 (15.3%)traded from the Shady Lady Bunch where she was team captain

Season 6 – 2008: Boot Camp[edit]

The sixth season, titled Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp, premiered on 13 March 2008 for 8 episodes. The cast comprised both alumni of past seasons and newcomers. The alumni included:

Blue Team (Winners)
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Brian Dunkleman, host/comedian161 lb (73 kg)146 lb (66 kg)15 (9.3%)Team Captain
Tina Yothers, actress,189 lb (86 kg)155 lb (70 kg)34 (18.0%)Traded from the Second Chancers
Dustin Diamond, actor/comedian217 lb (98 kg)194 lb (88 kg)23 (10.6%)Traded from the Second Chancers, original team captain of the Second Chancers
Sommore, comedian181 lb (82 kg)170 lb (77 kg)11 (6.1%)
Red Team
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Toccara Jones, model/host187 lb (85 kg)166 lb (75 kg)21 (11.2%)Team Captain (assumed the position after Dustin was fired for being AWOL)
Willie Aames, actor191 lb (87 kg)165 lb (75 kg)26 (13.6%)Won individual prize
Erin Moran, actress127 lb (58 kg)124 lb (56 kg)3 (2.4%)Traded from the Newbies, admitted to being on the show only for the money
A. J. Benza, host/columnist210 lb (95 kg)198 lb (90 kg)12 (5.7%)Traded from the Newbies

Note: The Blue Team were known as the Newbies for the first 5 weigh-ins of the season.

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Note: The Red Team were known as the Second Chancers for the first 5 weigh-ins of the season.

Production designer Roy Rede was hired to create the season's new design. A boot camp standing set complete with an obstacle course was built in the mountains outside of Los Angeles.

Season 7 – 2010: Boot Camp 2[edit]

Season 7 Participants

The seventh and final season, still titled Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp, premiered on 8 February 2010, with Harvey and Ian splitting the duties as host.

Blue Team (Winners)
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Kaycee Stroh, actress, High School Musical196 lb (89 kg)167 lb29 lbTeam Captain
Kevin Federline, dancer, rapper, ex-husband of Britney Spears, ex-boyfriend of Shar Jackson232 lb (105 kg)202 lb30 lb
Tanisha Thomas, reality star, season 2 of Bad Girls Club240 lb (109 kg)216 lb24 lb
Sebastian Bach, rock singer, ex-frontman of Skid Row, actor223 lb (101 kg)205 lb18 lb
Red Team
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Jay McCarroll, fashion designer, winner of season 1 of Project Runway258 lb (117 kg)218 lb40 lbTeam Captain, won individual prize
Nicole Eggert, actress130 lb (59 kg)120 lb10 lb
Bobby Brown, R&B singer, ex-husband of Whitney Houston199 lb (90 kg)188 lb11 lb
Shar Jackson, actress, ex-girlfriend of Kevin Federline146 lb (65 kg)128 lb18 lb

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Celebrity_Fit_Club_(American_TV_series)&oldid=1002556140'
(Redirected from Celebrity Fit Club (U.S. TV series))
Celebrity Fit Club
Directed byHans van Riet
StarringAnthony Kalloniatis (host) (seasons 1–6)
Dr. Ian K. Smith (nutritionist)
Rhonda Britten (life coach)
Harvey Walden IV (trainer)
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes56
Production
ProducerITV Studios
Running time60 minutes
90 minutes (Finale)
Release
Original networkVH1
Original release9 January 2005 –
5 April 2010
External links
Website

Celebrity Fit Club is a reality television series which followed eight overweight celebrities as they tried to lose weight.

Celebrity Fight Club

This show is based on the homonymous British version, which aired on the ITV Network from 2002 until 2006. The American version was executive produced by Richard Hall for Granada, in seasons 2–5.

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Synopsis[edit]

The eight participants are split into two teams of four members apiece. During each week, the teams are given different physical challenges and their members are weighed to see if they have reached their target weights. Contestants are monitored and supervised by a team comprising a nutritionist, a psychologist, and a physical trainer. The series was hosted by Ant until Season 7.

At one point during each of the first five seasons, a team trade-off was initiated, in which the fit clubbers voted one member off their team. The teammate with the most votes was then traded to the other team. In the case of a tie, the team captain made the final vote. After Season 1, a new rule was enforced prohibiting participants from voting for themselves. In Season 5, to balance the gender-based teams, a new twist was added, which allowed traded fit clubbers to choose a teammate from their old team to join their new team. In Season 6, Harvey did the trade-off himself; Season 7 did not have one.

Panel[edit]

Members[edit]

  • Ant, Host (Seasons 1–6)
  • Harvey Walden IV, drill instructor (All seasons)
  • Dr. David Katz, health expert (Season 1)
  • Dr. Marisa Peer, psychologist (Season 1)
  • Dr. Ian K. Smith, physician (Seasons 2–7)
  • Dr. Linda Papadopoulos, psychologist (Seasons 2–4)
  • Stacy Kaiser, psychotherapist (Seasons 5–6)
  • Rhonda Britten, life coach (Season 7)

Seasons[edit]

Season 1 – 2005[edit]

Premiered 9 January 2005for 8 Episodes

Three Fat Bastards and One Black Beyotch(formally Ralphies Angels)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Ralphie May, comedian27 lb (12 kg)(5.6%)Team Captain
Joseph R. Gannascoli, actor32 lb (15 kg)(10.6%)Traded from Eastsiders
Kim Coles, actress/comedian24 lb (11 kg)(10.9%)
Wendy Kaufman, the Snapple lady28 lb (13 kg)(11.4%)
Eastsiders
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Daniel Baldwin, actor28 lb (13 kg)(10.6%)Team Captain; late for weigh-in 6; failed to appear at final weigh-in
Mia Tyler, model17 lb (7.7 kg)(8.1%)
Biz Markie, rapper/DJ40 lb (18 kg)(11.6%)Set record for total weight loss, winner
Mablean Ephriam, Divorce Court judge25 lb (11 kg)(12.0%)Traded from Ralphie's Angels, where she was team captain

Up until the end of the show Daniel was a model team leader; however, in episode 6, he turned up very late and confused, and by episode 8 (the finale), he did not appear at all, which cost his team victory. He later revealed that he had been abusing narcotics due to his back trouble and had entered rehab. No team captain was appointed to replace him.

Season 2 – 2005[edit]

Premiered 10 July 2005 for 8 Episodes

Sizzlin' Soul and White Ice (Winners)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Jackée Harry, actress/comedian39 lb (18 kg)(19.3%)Team Captain
Jani Lane, singer/frontman of Warrant23 lb (10 kg)(12.1%)
Phil Margera, father of Bam Margera (Jackass, Viva La Bam)41 lb (19 kg)(11.6%)broke Biz Markie's record for total weight loss, winner
Gary Busey, actor39 lb (18 kg)(18.7%)Traded from Crunchamatics where he was the team captain
The Winners
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Toccara Jones, model/TV host32 lb (15 kg)(15.6%)Team Captain, traded from Sizzlin' Soul and White Ice
Willie Aames, actor19 lb (8.6 kg)(10.2%)
Victoria Jackson, comedian22 lb (10.0 kg)(13.2%)
Wendy Kaufman, the Snapple lady, Season 1 contestant27 lb (12 kg)(11.9%)only returning contestant from Season 1

Season 3 – 2006[edit]

Premiered 1 January 2006 for 8 Episodes

Kelly's Bellies (Winners)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Kelly Le Brock, actress/model31 lb (14 kg)(17.7%)Team Captain
Countess Vaughn, actress/comediangained 4 lb (1.8 kg)−3.0%traded from Ebony Flame/became the first fit clubber to gain weight on the show
Bizarre, rapper/member of D1231 lb (14 kg)(9.7%)
Gunnar Nelson, musician/member of Nelson23 lb (10 kg)(13.1%)replaced Jeff Conaway, participated for last 60 days
Jeff Conaway, actor0 lb (0 kg)0.0%original team captain, entered rehab in ep. 3
Ebony Flame
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Chaz Bono, gay rights activist & son of Sonny & Cher23 lb (10 kg)(10.7%)Team Captain
Tempestt Bledsoe, actress19 lb (8.6 kg)(10.5%)traded from Kelly's Bellies
Young MC, rapper38 lb (17 kg)(13.7%)winner
Bruce Vilanch, writer/comedian21 lb (9.5 kg)(6.7%)

NOTE: So far this is the only season where the team captains were not traded from their teams at the trade off.

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Season 4 – 2006[edit]

Season 4 Participants

Premiered 6 August 2006 for 8 Episodes

The Fat Crushers (Winners)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
BoneCrusher, rapper51 lb (23 kg)(12.0%)Team Captain, broke Phil Margera's record for total weight loss
Carnie Wilson, singer/member of Wilson Phillips22 lb (10.0 kg)(11.7%)traded from Chili Con Carnie where she was team captain
Nicholas Turturro, actor22 lb (10.0 kg)(12.6%)
Erika Eleniak, actress/model31 lb (14 kg)(20.4%)
Hot Buttered Soul (Previously Chili Con Carnie)
MembersWeight LossPercentNotes
Tina Yothers, actress42 lb (19 kg)(21.8%)Team Captain, set record for percentage weight loss, winner
Vincent Pastore, actor29 lb (13 kg)(10.6%)
Angie Stone, singer18 lb (8.2 kg)(7.9%)traded from The Fat Crushers; Record for 2nd Lowest Loss
Ted Lange, actor28 lb (13 kg)(14.8%)

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Season 5 – 2007: Men vs. Women[edit]

Season 5 Participants

The fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club premiered on 22 April 2007. Unlike previous seasons, the teams were grouped by sex until the team trade. The team trade took place on 13 May 2007. This season had 8 Episodes.

Statistics as of 10 June 2007.

The Athletes (previously Shady Lady Bunch) (Winners)
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Ross Mathews, comedian214 lb (97 kg)173 lb (78 kg)41 (19.2%)elected team captain after Dustin chose him to join him on the team
Maureen McCormick, actress150 lb (68 kg)116 lb (53 kg)34 (22.7%)set record for percentage weight loss, winner
Dustin Diamond, actor/comedian217 lb (98 kg)187 lb (85 kg)30 (13.8%)traded from the Regulators
Tiffany, singer152 lb (69 kg)124 lb (56 kg)28 (18.4%)
The Regulators
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Warren G, rapper221 lb (100 kg)190 lb (86 kg)31 (14.0%)team captain
Da Brat, rapper172 lb (78 kg)146 lb (66 kg)26 (15.1%)chosen by Kimberley to join her on the Regulators
Cledus T. Judd, country music parody singer/comedian214 lb (97 kg)179 lb (81 kg)35 (16.4%)
Kimberley Locke, singer176 lb (80 kg)149 lb (68 kg)27 (15.3%)traded from the Shady Lady Bunch where she was team captain

Season 6 – 2008: Boot Camp[edit]

The sixth season, titled Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp, premiered on 13 March 2008 for 8 episodes. The cast comprised both alumni of past seasons and newcomers. The alumni included:

Blue Team (Winners)
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Brian Dunkleman, host/comedian161 lb (73 kg)146 lb (66 kg)15 (9.3%)Team Captain
Tina Yothers, actress,189 lb (86 kg)155 lb (70 kg)34 (18.0%)Traded from the Second Chancers
Dustin Diamond, actor/comedian217 lb (98 kg)194 lb (88 kg)23 (10.6%)Traded from the Second Chancers, original team captain of the Second Chancers
Sommore, comedian181 lb (82 kg)170 lb (77 kg)11 (6.1%)
Red Team
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Toccara Jones, model/host187 lb (85 kg)166 lb (75 kg)21 (11.2%)Team Captain (assumed the position after Dustin was fired for being AWOL)
Willie Aames, actor191 lb (87 kg)165 lb (75 kg)26 (13.6%)Won individual prize
Erin Moran, actress127 lb (58 kg)124 lb (56 kg)3 (2.4%)Traded from the Newbies, admitted to being on the show only for the money
A. J. Benza, host/columnist210 lb (95 kg)198 lb (90 kg)12 (5.7%)Traded from the Newbies

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Note: The Blue Team were known as the Newbies for the first 5 weigh-ins of the season.

Note: The Red Team were known as the Second Chancers for the first 5 weigh-ins of the season.

Production designer Roy Rede was hired to create the season's new design. A boot camp standing set complete with an obstacle course was built in the mountains outside of Los Angeles.

Season 7 – 2010: Boot Camp 2[edit]

Season 7 Participants

The seventh and final season, still titled Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp, premiered on 8 February 2010, with Harvey and Ian splitting the duties as host.

Blue Team (Winners)
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Kaycee Stroh, actress, High School Musical196 lb (89 kg)167 lb29 lbTeam Captain
Kevin Federline, dancer, rapper, ex-husband of Britney Spears, ex-boyfriend of Shar Jackson232 lb (105 kg)202 lb30 lb
Tanisha Thomas, reality star, season 2 of Bad Girls Club240 lb (109 kg)216 lb24 lb
Sebastian Bach, rock singer, ex-frontman of Skid Row, actor223 lb (101 kg)205 lb18 lb
Red Team
MembersStarting WeightFinal WeightWeight LossNotes
Jay McCarroll, fashion designer, winner of season 1 of Project Runway258 lb (117 kg)218 lb40 lbTeam Captain, won individual prize
Nicole Eggert, actress130 lb (59 kg)120 lb10 lb
Bobby Brown, R&B singer, ex-husband of Whitney Houston199 lb (90 kg)188 lb11 lb
Shar Jackson, actress, ex-girlfriend of Kevin Federline146 lb (65 kg)128 lb18 lb

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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