I Used to Be Fat

I Used to Be Fat

MTV’s “I Used to Be Fat” Now Casting for Season 2

MTV Weight Loss ShowAfter announcing the premier of MTV’s reality weight-loss show, I Used to Be Fat, we have gotten many, many inquires about how to get on the show. We finally have the answer. Today, MTV announced that they are looking for high school seniors who have 40 to 100 pounds to lose to star on the second season of the docu-series. The show’s casting directors will be traveling to Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas. According to our contact at 3 Ball Productions, the show’s production company, the ideal cast members will live no more than 50 miles outside of these locations.

To apply for I Used to Be Fat, interested candidates should email their name, height, weight, contact information and recent photos to hsweightloss@gmail.com. Also be sure to include a paragraph explaining why you want to be on the show and lose weight before starting college. You can also visit MTV for more information.

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MTV’s I Used to Be Fat Helps Obese Teens Turn Their Lives Around

MTV has done it again. Their newest show, “I Used to Be Fat,” follows teens who are facing a real-life obstacle – obesity – and their paths to success. MTV has also created other shows that document the lives of teens in tough situations, such as teen pregnancy in “16 and Pregnant” or “If You Really Knew Me,” where teens cross social cliques to really get to know each other. So far, there have been four episodes of “I Used to Be Fat.”

The first episode allowed us to follow Homecoming Queen Gabriella during her summer of dieting and exercising. Gabriella lost a total of 90 pounds and developed skills to improve her relationship with her mother.

After Gabriella came Marci, a homeschooled teen who was moving away to college. During the summer before her freshman year, she teamed up with a personal trainer to conquer her obesity and address her personal demons.

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