former biggest loser contestant dies

Former "Bachelor" contestant Gia Allemand died Wednesday, two days after an apparent suicide attempt, a statement released on behalf of her family said.
A source tells ET that the couple has been seeing each other for two months.This is a devastating loss for anyone who ever knew her."."Gia was the most beautiful person I knew inside and out and she always smiled and made everyone else around her smile Anderson said.2h ago, top Entertainment Stories, latest Entertainment Headlines 2h ago, dec.She was discovered unconscious by her boyfriend Monday night.The 39-year-old reality star also opened up about husband Kroy Biermann's retirement.She was truly a sweet and generous soul.Anderson, who plays for the New Orleans Pelicans, said in a statement he is grateful for the love and support of family, friends and fans.Mike Fleiss, creator and executive producer of "The Bachelor released a statement saying, "The entire Bachelor family is tremendously saddened by the tragic passing of our friend, Gia.The 'I, Tonya' star couldn't help but break out in the biggest smile when she learned of her nomination live on ABC News' 'Popcorn With Peter Travers.'.The family said the model and reality TV personality was taken off life support Wednesday and she died "peacefully with her mother, boyfriend and other lifelong friends by her side.".Allemand appeared on Season 1 crave freebies 14 of ABC's reality dating competition "The Bachelor which aired in 2010, opposite commercial airline pilot Jake Pavelka.I miss you Gia he tweeted.The longtime friends still have a lot of love for each other, in this sweet, vintage-tinged birthday snap.This year, a female archeologist looking.The 60-year-old music mogul responded to the 'New York Times' expose with an official statement via social media on Wednesday.Be still, our '90s-loving hearts - Joey, Matthew and Andrew Lawrence are returning to television!Pagination, page 1, next page More News, subscribe to News.
Although she didn't get the final rose signifying that she was his choice, she went on to compete on the first two seasons of the spinoff show "Bachelor Pad." "Loved ones and fans will remember Gia Allemand as a caring woman who loved her family.
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