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Final four emerge in Fastest Shedder

28 May 2014, 19:01

Lagos - Nigeria’s first weight loss reality TV show FaSttest Shedder has selected its four finalist.

Producer and designer of the show, Seyi Olusore revealed that the final four emerged from 10 contestants in the faSttest shedder house.

The finalists were listed as  Debbie Ogundiran, Zainab Eniola, Funmilola Yetunde Oke and Nneka Agbanusi Nwando.

Applications for the reality show began in February, where  three judges, Maje Ayida, Tayo Badejo and Trisha Maja, and a medical team took 20 contestants through physical excercises, interviews and medical screening to shortlist the final 10.

The 10 contestants who made it into the faSttest shedder   house were put through daily tasks and competitions that included exercise routines and endurance tasks.

A total of about 122.8 kg was lost in 51 days, with the four finalists losing a combined weight of about 60kg.

The winner goes home with one million naira and one year free gym membership, while the first runner up goes home with  N500,000 and six months free gym membership. The second runner up will get a new wardrobe and three months free gym membership.


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