(Her order: shrimp cocktail, ahi tuna sliders, and iced tea, which comes with a side of warnings from her about the glycemic index of sweeteners.) Dressed in plaid Bermuda shorts, flip-flops, and a white T-shirt that shows off her sculpted arms, Jillian contorts her face dramatically and curses a blue streak while making her points. Especially when she's as excited — and frustrated — as she is right now about where her life is headed next.She's thrilled by some major changes: After 11 seasons on the NBC hit The Biggest Loser and one season of her own show, Losing It With Jillian, TV's toughest trainer is moving to daytime, soon to become the fifth host of The Doctors and a special correspondent for Dr. And she's working on her most personal passion project, adopting a baby from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.She's also busy writing a new book for mothers-to-be, Hot Mom, Healthy Baby, and has just launched a fresh-food line called Slim Soul (in select supermarkets). If we could give your thoughts a microphone while you work out, what would we hear? What is the biggest issue inside of women's minds holding us back? When guys say aggressive things, people go, "He really knows what he's talking about." When a woman does it, she's a bitch. Next Page: Jillian talks marriage [ pagebreak ]James White Are you and Heidi married? It's like, "Oh, well of course you want gay marriage, you're gay." I think when heterosexual people are talking to their peers and they're like, "This is an equal rights thing," it's a little bit easier. Everyone at first was like, "Is this going to be revolutionary? And that's on top of the Impact fitness wear she created for Kmart. Is there one food rule you think we should all follow? I think the key contents are: Don't overeat, avoid chemicals as often as possible and...that's it. Honestly, the majority of people with fitness phenomenons build a business by giving you a magic-bullet answer: "Eat whatever you want, except this, and you'll lose weight." "Eat whatever you want, but only during these hours." "Just do one exercise." And none of it is true. Next Page: Jillian's key to getting (and staying) fit [ pagebreak ]James White So what's the key? Society plays to women in a way that is so patronizing. I've heard people call the most successful and powerful women in the world bitches. Do you ever get nervous before you take a big leap?
Not that I wouldn't have listened anyway: Turns out the personal trainer turned media mogul doesn't have to be standing over you in a gym and yelling to command your attention.
They feel guilty, they resent their mother for making them feel guilty, and then they grow up and do the same thing. I know you've had some health issues…JM: Turns out I had PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome). If it's not done by this November, I'm going to take my shot with foster care. There were these two little girls, Lily and Chloe, and I just fell in love with them.
Whereas my mother showed me that it's okay to focus on yourself. But at a young age, I didn't know if I wanted kids, so I didn't really care. RB: On Losing It With Jillian, you moved in with families to help them deal with their conflicts and get healthier. I was doing their makeup, we were making brownies, and I was like, I do not want to get to the end of my life and miss this.
Jillian Michaels was born on February 18, 1974 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Jillian Leigh Mc Karus.
She is an actress and producer, known for The Biggest Loser (2004), Just Jillian (2016) and Jillian Michaels - 30 Day Shred (2008).