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My Big Fat Fabulous Life focuses on Whitney's life, her one-of-a-kind family and her friends. Deep down, she is just an average girl from small town North Carolina trying to find her way in a world that judges people by their size. Now 380 pounds, Whitney has a fresh outlook on life. She has learned to embrace her body and love herself again and urges others to do the same.
After moving in with Buddy, the struggle to balance her growing dance class, love life, diet, and intense exercise regimen may just push Whitney to her limit.
Whitney's back and in addition to signing up her big girl dance class for a live stadium performance, she has a bike built especially for her 380 pound frame.
Since learning she's only a point away from being diabetic, Whitney heads to a nutritionist, but putting a new eating plan into effect proves difficult.
Whitney's big girl dance class prepares for their debut performance at the Greensboro Grasshoppers' 7th inning stretch, but unforeseen rain creates hazards.
It's time for Whitney to move out of her parents' house and start a new life with her pal Buddy, but the adventure begins before the moving boxes are even packed.
Moving out on her own has Whitney feeling like a brand new woman, and she's got a date with a brand new man to boot. Plus, Glenn shares some shocking health news.
With her dad's recent pre-diabetic diagnosis, Whitney encourages Glenn to join her for a 5K marathon. But will the determined duo cross the finish line?
Whitney's birthday is set to be a grand affair. But when she realises that Lennie will be meeting her family what is essentially their second date, she has a meltdown.
Whitney opens up her dance class to kids. But she is not quite prepared for what comes out of their mouths and is brought right back to adolescence.
Whitney gets a job with the Greensboro Grasshoppers, but even the most rigorous new workout routine can't prepare her for the physical challenges she will face.
The scale becomes Whitney's greatest nemesis when it reveals she's gained weight. An uncharacteristic dip in her spirit leads to a blowout with her best friend.
Lennie asks Whitney to model for him in the nude. Meanwhile, after designing a logo for her campaign, Whitney decides to pitch a bold idea to the Grasshoppers.
Whitney joins Babs on a road trip to Georgia for a cat show she's entered Henchi in, but Whitney's sleeplessness nearly destroys Henchi's chances at a win.
Whitney decides to take her No Body Shame campaign to the next level by shooting a groundbreaking video, with the aim of going viral.
Whitney and her big girl dance class have waited for their chance to share a stage with other accepted dancers, but the high stakes has everyone on edge.
Whitney's ready to take her relationship with Lennie to the next level, and after seeking advice from loved ones, she opts for cooking a romantic dinner for two.
On top of struggling with new choreography, a sudden financial burden threatens Whitney's plans to perform at the National Dance Museum.
Whitney realizes the weight she's gained has limited her from becoming the dancer she once was; a game of truth or dare becomes twisted and scandalous.
With her performance at the National Museum of Dance finally upon her, Whitney is still unsure of her routine. But will she wow the audience?
Whitney babysits Tal's nephew, which raises questions about her own fertility. Plus, Whitney has to choose which friend to take to the "Dancing Man" party.
Whitney's boss asks her to fill in as the on-field entertainment at the Grasshoppers baseball game. Plus, Glenn learns the results from his diabetes blood work.
Whitney is off to LA for the "Dancing Man" party to celebrate Sean O'Brien who was shamed on the internet and became an overnight sensation.
Whitney welcomes TLC executive Mike Kane into her home to discuss the ups, downs and hilarious moments she and her family and friends have experienced.
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