I saw a commercial yesterday for The Rachael Ray Show coming this week. One of her guests will be Bob Harper from The Biggest Loser. It showed him walking onstage & he looked dreadful!!!! He has a big full beard now. Not the "I didn't shave this week" one that for some unknown reason seems to be popular. Not the groomed one that he has been sporting on TBL lately (although I don't care for that either). But a full grown relatively long beard. Not ZZ Top long, but big bushy long.
Ugly ugly ugly.
Bob is an attractive man, but he's one beat up army jacket away from looking like a street bum. Why oh why would an attractive man do this to himself? With movie stars, I would figure it was for a film role, but he's a weight loss TV show trainer.
By the way, I looked to post this in The Biggest Loser section, but I went back pages & pages, and couldn't find a Bob Harper thread.
"Some of us learn from other people's mistakes and the rest of us have to be other people."
Is this what you're talking about? It's from Rachel Ray's website. He looks very thin and rather drained, IMO. I'm not much on beards, so I could do without that. And I'm not big on full sleeve tattoos either. Just my taste. I guess he's a very thin person. I bet he says he eats a lot though. lol
Rachael Ray's Official Website - Home
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!Bob is an attractive man, but he's one beat up army jacket away from looking like a street bum.
Like a Duck Dynasty beard?
"...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer
When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!
I wrote Bob and the other female trainer on The Biggest Loser off some time ago, due to their abuse of contestants. They rode their backs, threatened them physically, etc. in ways that I found to be cruel and unnecessary. These contestants were already over 300-400 pounds, so to add extra weight to their joints and bones by carrying another 100 pounds on their back seemed very unwise and dangerous. It was also demeaning. I hope they don't do that anymore.