The Chase star Mark Labbett shows off remarkable 10 stone weight loss
He's dramatically changed his lifestyle.
The Chase star Mark Labbett has wowed his followers on Twitter with a picture of him in a suit, showing off his remarkable weight loss.
The professional quizzer best known for his role on the ITV quiz show as 'The Beast' impressed his 147,000 Twitter followers with the picture. After making some big changes to his lifestyle, he has lost an impressive 10 stone.
After posting the snap along with the caption "The next member of the Double O section?" Mark was quickly inundated with compliments from fans and followers around his transformation.
The next member of the Double O section? pic.twitter.com/67NtpuuQIW
— Mark Labbett (@MarkLabbett) May 16, 2021
One user wrote: "That weight loss!!! Looking dapper big man, keep up the great work."
Another added: "Your looking great mark weight loss really showing x do u feel healthier ?"
A third added: "You look fabulous Mark. Well done on your hard work in losing the pounds."
Your looking great mark weight loss really showing x do u feel healthier ? X
— Loopyloopla 💃🏼🍭🌹🤷♀️🏖☝️ (@Loopyloopla68) May 16, 2021
You look fabulous Mark. Well done on your hard work in losing the pounds.👍
— ⭐CazMcCazzy⭐ (@CazMcCazzy) May 16, 2021
Some said that they almost didn't recognise the television star.
I barely recognised you. Wow you look fantastic, what an achievement.
— Melinda Hanvey (@MillyHanvey) May 17, 2021
My daughter didn't recognise you! (That's a compliment by the way)
— Erica Dean (@lunchtimelady) May 16, 2021
Labbett has undergone some drastic lifestyle changes recently in order to lose the pounds, revamping his diet and exercise habits.
At his heaviest, he weighed 29 stone but has managed to cut his weight down to an impressive 19 stone now.
He told the Sun in March:"This is the lightest I've been in 25 years. I'm now under 20 stone, and I am really feeling the difference, as well as seeing it.
"My knees really feel the difference. I will never be athletic again but I just move so much better for not carrying that extra weight."
The quizzer, who was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2016, has cut down to just two meals a day and reduced his sugar intake