Could former “Biggest Loser” trainer Jillian Michaels be headed back to the ranch?
Perhaps. A source tells Us Weekly that Michaels is reportedly interested in returning and would like her old job back, a year after she quit the show.
“She sees the sweet gig she had on ‘Loser!’” the source says to the mag.
The tough-talking trainer left the NBC weight loss competition in 2011 to focus on her personal life, adopting a two-year-old little girl within weeks of welcoming a son in May with her partner Heidi Rhoades.
Post-’Loser,’ Michaels also took a brief detour to daytime TV for a stint on “The Doctors” but was dropped from the program after six months.
So now, berating “The Biggest Losers” into better bodies is looking pretty good to Michaels, who was a viewer favorite along with her former trainer-rival Bob Harper.
Since hot new trainer Dolvett Quince has been a big hit with viewers, he likely isn’t going anywhere. However, there is a slot open since tennis star Anna Kournakova will not be returning next season, so that could open the door for the return of Jillian — if producers want her, that is.