Season 15 of The Biggest Loser came to an end Tuesday, February 4, on NBC, and one person walked away with the $250,000 prize. The Final 3 was down between David Brown, Rachel Frederickson, and Bobby Saleem, but there could only be one winner.

For the big night, fellow contestant and American Idol winner Ruben Studdard took the stage looking fit and sang an all-star ballad. Geez, now we remember why we love this dude. But after all the fun, it was time to finally weign in the last three contestants.

The first one up to hit the scale was Bobby. The 28-year-old attorney from Chicago went from 358 pounds all the way down to 170 pounds, a grand total of 188 pounds. That came to 52.5 percent of his body weight.

Then it was Rachel’s turn, and she weighed in at 105 pounds, down from 260 pounds. That means the 24-year-old voice-over artist from Los Angeles lost a whopping 155 pounds, or 59.6 percent of her body weight, putting her in the top spot.

Last up was David, who went from 409 pounds to 187 pounds, which means the 43-year-old project manager from Edmond, Oklahoma lost 222 pounds. His percent body weight lost came to 54.3 percent, which put him in second place behind Rachel, making her the big winner this season.

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