Oprah Winfrey purchased 10 percent of Weight Watchers in 2015. In an October appearance on “Ellen,” she said she’d been initially skeptical of Weight Watchers but heaped praise on the new program. “Since Aug. 12, I’ve lost 15 pounds,” she announced, to the audience’s reverent cheers. “I’m excited about Weight Watchers being able to bring a healthier, more holistic approach for everybody.”
Oprah Winfrey purchased 10 percent of Weight Watchers in 2015. In an October appearance on “Ellen,” she said she’d been initially skeptical of Weight Watchers but heaped praise on the new program. “Since Aug. 12, I’ve lost 15 pounds,” she announced, to the audience’s reverent cheers. “I’m excited about Weight Watchers being able to bring a healthier, more holistic approach for everybody.” Greg Allen Associated Press
Oprah Winfrey purchased 10 percent of Weight Watchers in 2015. In an October appearance on “Ellen,” she said she’d been initially skeptical of Weight Watchers but heaped praise on the new program. “Since Aug. 12, I’ve lost 15 pounds,” she announced, to the audience’s reverent cheers. “I’m excited about Weight Watchers being able to bring a healthier, more holistic approach for everybody.” Greg Allen Associated Press

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