Jodie Prenger is half the girl she used to be, dropping from 20st to a trim nine stone.
The singer from BBC talent show 'I'd do Anything', has lost more than half her body weight, she told People: "I was the chubby funny, fat girl. I always lost out at auditions because I was too big. I even got chucked out of dance school because I was too fat, but now everything is within my grasp."
In the past she has also appeared on ITV's 'The Biggest Loser' when she dropped from an incredible size 26 to a slim 10 - managing to lose more weight than all the other contestants.
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