Nobody had told us, nobody had said anything to us, so yes, I was stunned," Michaels, who was not Frederickson's trainer, explained."Obviously, I thought she had lost too much weight and I was immediately concerned and wondering how this happened, how no one had said something to me and how the checks and balances that have been put into place, in my opinion, this had fallen through those checks and balances."After the controversy surrounding Frederickson drop from 160 pounds to 105 pounds, Dolvett Quince, her trainer on the show, weighed in via his Facebook page." is a journey which has its ups and downs.'s new contestants into shape — whether they like it or not! 11 premiere, Harper debuted a new role for the season and will train eliminated players at Comeback Canyon in an effort to get them back into the competition.PHOTOS: Jaw-dropping Biggest Loser makeovers "This is going to be the most competitive season, because the ex-athletes are the ones who are so committed to the process.winner Rachel Frederickson's shocking transformation. Though her fellow trainer Bob Harper weighed in on Frederickson's headline-making 155-pound weight loss, admitting he was "stunned," Michaels had remained silent on the NBC reality hit's controversy.Until now."I was stunned," she said during an interview with .Look, I wish I had some strapping football player husband. ” In 2012 the star's partner, Heidi Rhoades, gave birth to a baby boy two weeks before the couple adopted a daughter from Haiti.It would be such a dream to be ‘normal’ like that, but I’m just not. For the full Health interview with Michaels head here.
Jillian’s student may have won the competition but all three trainers feel like they won.She told Health: "I don’t know that I am [comfortable talking about being gay] now, to be honest with you. When Heidi and I are out and somebody older asks, ‘Are you sisters?’ I say, ‘We’re friends.’ I guess it comes from thinking that they will be shocked or disturbed. I only eat healthy food, and I only want healthy love!Season 14 of The Biggest Loser came to a huge conclusion this week with Danni Allen losing 138 pounds to take home the title and a cool quarter of a million dollars.Her trainer was Jillian Michaels, who returned to the show after taking a break from the series.Please try not to look at one slice of Rachel's journey and come to broad conclusions," he wrote. There was just so much chatter about it."Saying she followed a healthy plan to lose the weight, Frederickson added, "I appreciate all the concern and I can see where it comes from, and there is movie magic."Rachel's health is, and always has been, my main concern and her journey to good health has not yet ended!! It's going to be a wild ride," said Harper, who may have the chance to work with former New York Jets offensive lineman Damien Woody and three-time Olympic softball gold medalist Lori Harrigan-Mack in his new role.(Harper will work out the eliminated players one-on-one starting immediately after their elimination.) PHOTOS: Olympic athletes — where are they now?This marks Michaels’ third departure from the show; she first left in 2006 for season three, but returned in following season, and then again in 2011, missing seasons 12 and 13.“After helping hundreds of contestants transform their lives and inspiring millions of viewers at home, and Jillian Michaels have decided to part ways and she will not be returning for season 16 when it airs in the fall,” NBC said in a statement.Some fans suspect that the outcome of season 15–crowning Rachel Frederickson the winner despite her extreme weight loss–may have attributed to the 40-year-old trainer’s exit.