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To her surprise, however, they exchanged phone numbers, and he texted her almost immediately.
Still convinced he probably only wanted to be friends, Ruby invited him to a concert anyway, where they had a fantastic time, and decided to do it again.
Ruby starts the episode with a weigh-in, which reveals 347 pounds.
From that series, three students (Tanisha, Carysn and Rachel) will join host and co-producer Alison Sweeney, from Biggest Loser, and Ruby Gettinger, from Style’s “Ruby,” for a lively one-hour conversation about how to inform both children and parents about creating healthier lifestyles at home.
One group participant tells of a man who approached her: “This guy came up to us and just felt the need to express to us that we were fat girls.
(He said) if he was as big as us, he would put a bullet in his mouth.” The girls all come to the realization that most of them have one thing in common: childhood abuse.
“They knew I was passionate about childhood obesity,” Alison Sweeney told us about becoming involved with the show. to prove her commitment to fitness and weight loss after an intervention of sorts from both her friends and trainer, this week’s episode focused on dating, and the insecurities it brings up for Ruby in terms of her weight, her tumultuous relationship with her ex, Denny, and perhaps surprising for some, her hair loss.
Saying that she’s a fan of the series, she added that “It’s so inspiring and so important to get this information out there.” Ruby got her groove back this week- and hopefully it sticks around. Ruby and her friends went to a fashion show for Evolution of Curves, a plus-size fashion line designed by a friend of Ruby’s, but she had her eye on something other than the clothes: a cute bartender, Ian.