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Guess we'll have to keep an eye on Michaels' Twitter account.
In the meantime, return to Show Tracker later Monday for a photo gallery look at the Season 11 contestants.
"The Biggest Loser" has catapulted Michaels to fame and fortune: In addition to her job on the show, she has launched an online subscription fitness program, supplements, a clothing line, a fitness cruise and more.
But that didn't stop Michaels from scooping everyone last week, when she tweeted that she was leaving.
"I loved being there, I loved the people, I want Africa to be part of my life." Michaels kept mum about matters closer to the heart: She has said she's dated both men and women, but on the press day in late summer, she said she wasn't focusing on her personal life but her future son or daughter.
Michaels, who has been open about how therapy helped her deal with her own emotional issues after her parents' bitter divorce, joked that she's going to do everything she can to be the best mom possible -- but that she'll get a therapist lined up for the new addition just in case. "Bob will be here as long as there is a show," he said during media day.
Among them: Olympic wrestler Rulon Gardner -- he won gold at the 2000 Olympics -- and started piling on the pounds when he retired from competition, and identical twin police officer brothers who can be barely told apart.
We're just waiting for NBC to make the formal announcement and release the photos.
And no word on how or if those trainers will compete among themselves to replace Jillian, or whether both will stick around for Season 12.
have u ever meet them They cannot been married 'cause Jillian is actually married with a woman, so that's imposible.
Jillian Michaels says she's grateful for everything that "The Biggest Loser" has done for her -- but it's time to move on. She's had her own spinoff show this summer, "Losing It," and is the new celebrity spokeswoman for Go Daddy.
Jillian Michaels is engaged to her longtime partner, Heidi Rhoades — and she has been for months.
The Biggest Loser trainer popped the question during the season finale of her E!
In fall 2015, she hosted and co-judged a series on Spike titled Sweat, INC. Michaels has recalled a traumatic childhood that included night terrors, her parents' divorce, and suffering verbal abuse by classmates as a 5-foot, 2-inch, 175-pound eighth-grader.