"The Biggest Loser" contestants head to the White House to reunite with their loved ones and participate in the show's first-ever White House workout. Part 1 on April 3 will begin the makeover process. Fashion expert Jeannie Mai will help the contestants find new clothing that works with their new frame while celebrity stylist Ken Paves and Clairol's creative director Marcy Cona help shape the contestants' new hairstyles. Before "The Biggest Loser" contestants meet Michelle Obama, they'll be surprised by their family members.
In Part 2 of the makeover episode airing Tues., April 10, Obama will talk to the contestants about how their behavior as adults impacts their children. The first lady will visit with each contestant and their families before exercising with all of them in a White House workout led trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince.
That's not all Obama will do on "The Biggest Loser." She'll also issue the contestants a challenge: Get the most people to sign up for PALA (President Active Lifestyle Award) under their name at nbc.com/pala and whoever does, will receive $30,000 worth of gym equipment for their hometown. The winner will be announced at the finale.
"The Biggest Loser" is just the latest of Obama's many TV appearances. Aside from numerous talk show visits, Obama has appeared on Nickelodeon's "iCarly" and will present Taylor Swift with an award at Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards.