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Josie Gibson has constantly been on a yo-yo diet since her days in Big Brother.

The former BB winner appeared on Loose Women today and showed off her dramatic 7st weight loss – but that wasn't the only thing she had to show.

As the reality star went on to talk about her changing body, she bravely exposed her tummy on live TV to reveal her "secret body shame."

As she pulled out the skin from her stomach, she said that she wants to "get the body [that she] wants" after admitting to having her nipples done to re-shape her breasts.

"I'm going to see a surgeon on Monday. I can't do anything about it. I've been to see so many consultants and the only thing they can do is cut it away," she said.

Josie dropped down to an average weight in 2015, after weighing 17 stone previously.

"You only live once, you may as well get the body you want," she said.


Big Brother star Josie Gibson may have turned her weight loss into a successful business plan with her new fitness website, but she said it didn't do much for her personal life.

The TV presenter, who featured in the 2010 series of Big Brother, dropped from 16 stone to 10 stone back in 2013, but says she was happy to gain some weight back as her fiancé Luke Sanwo likes her curves.

"A couple of years ago he went right off me because I'd lost too much weight and he said my face looked like I was on drugs," Josie said.

Harsh, much?!

The 30-year-old regained around 9 lbs of weight and muscle mass last year, leaving her with her current, enviably toned figure.

She says her weight loss and fitness regime was spurred on by some unflattering bikini shots of her which surfaced online. The star was shocked by the images, calling herself a "beast" and deciding to go on an extreme health kick.

Last year Josie released her own diet book, and has now set up a website to help slimmers stay on track.

We do admit that she's looking fab, but we hope she realises that weight and appearance aren't everything!

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