Jeremy Kyle Show 30th Guest Says Host ‘Saved His Life’ After Weight Loss Transformation


Jonathan Kingston weighed 30 stones when he appeared on the Jeremy Kyle Show in 2017.

But he has shed an impressive seven stones since appearing on the now-canceled daytime show with his mother Sue, which left viewers and Jeremy moved as she begged her son to change his lifestyle for the good. of his health.

Jonathan readily admitted he was at the height of his life when he first appeared on television. The show was titled, “Gather Me With My Son: Drug Rehab Saved His Life!”

Her weight swelled from depression, anxiety, and an unhealthy obsession with junk food. He gorges himself on take-out daily and eats potted noodles and meatballs for breakfast.

The show marked a turning point

After facing the harsh reality of his condition, he completed a 12-week military-style bootcamp.

Impressively, Jonathan has remained dedicated to keeping the weight off ever since.

Speaking of his appearance on the now-deleted show, Jonathan previously said The sun: “My son was only three years old when I went on the show. I was at the bottom, the bottom.

Jeremy Kyles 30 Stone guest Jonathan Kingston is unrecognizable, says show saved his life
Jonathan looks much slimmer

“I lived with my parents and didn’t have a job. I tried everything – every diet known to man, going to the doctor and even considering surgery, but nothing worked until what Jeremy sends me at training camp. “

He added: “If I hadn’t been on The Jeremy Kyle Show, I probably would have died within months of my weight – that was a lifeline for some.

Jeremy Kyles 30 Stone guest Jonathan Kingston is unrecognizable, says show saved his life
Jonathan is exercising regularly now

“My weight has always been a problem, but it’s totally changed now. I can play football with my son and do martial arts with him, and now I work as a supermarket checkout assistant.”

Meanwhile, Peter Andre stood up for his friend Jeremy Kyle. The singer said Jeremy had really struggled after the show was canceled – following the death of a guest – and the investigation that followed.

“In my opinion, the network should have protected him because he was made a scapegoat when one of his former guests committed suicide,” he wrote.

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