It’s set to be one of Ten’s biggest weeks of the year, with the premiere of the second season of Masterchef Australia and season finales for Biggest Loser, So You Think You Can Dance and Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation all happening within the space of one week – week 17 from April 18 to 24.
The Biggest Loser finale starts at 6.30pm Sunday April 18 with the weigh in of Phil and Joe having just returned from the Commando training in the Northern Territory (previously this was to happen during the week of April 11-17). One of them will be instantly eliminated while the other will earn a plac ein the final four. Meanwhile, the existing four contestants in the house must also go through a weigh in which sees one of them eliminated.
Then, at 8.30pm, all 18 contestants from the Biggest Loser come back to the stage for their final weigh ins. The eliminated contestants have been on their own since being eliminated from the competition. One will be crowned Biggest Loser 2010. If that person is wearing the double bracelet, they will win double the prize and go home with $400,000 instead of $200,000. If that person is wearing the nothing bracelet, they go home with nothing.
In 2009, it was Bob from WA crowned Biggest Loser, after losing 87.6kg. He was also the oldest Biggest Loser in the show’s four year history. So far, we have not seen a female Biggest Loser. All will be revealed on Sunday April 18.
Biggest Loser’s last weekly weigh in at 6.30pm. Biggest Loser finale night from 8.30pm.
Sandwiched between The Biggest Loser’s final night, is the season finale of Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation at 7.30pm. For the last time for now, Amanda Keller, Charlie Pickering, Josh Thomas and their guests (yet to be announced) will battle it out to see who will be the winning generation.
And, on Wednesday, April 21, from 8pm, it’s the finale of So You Think You Can Dance. The top 4 will find out their fate as to who will win the competition for 2010. All of the top 20 perform on the night, as well as a special performance from the final four. There will be a dazzling array of routines choreographed by some pf Australia’s best choreographers.