I'm a Celeb: Chris Moyles jokes about date with Olivia Attwood

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Chris Moyles is currently in the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! jungle and both his fellow campmates and viewers were surprised by his weight loss. During tonight’s episode, the DJ opened up on how he lost six stone over the year. 

Speaking to the other celebrities, Chris admitted: “I once bought a microwavable kebab.

“From what I remember it tasted alright. But back then I was eating all sorts of crap.” 

“I didn’t necessarily eat a lot but what I did eat was all bad. All bad.”

Charlene White wanted to know how Chris turned things around and lost weight, he explained: “A mixture of things. I climbed Kili [Mount Kilimanjaro in 2009]. I was 17.5stone at Christmas and we were climbing in March. I got down to 16 [before we went]. 

“Climbed Kili and lost a stone in a week. I sat at 15 [stone] for ages and I had a trainer, and one day I just went, ‘it’s a waste of time this training, I’m not losing any weight’ and he just barked at me, ‘that’s because your diet’s s***!’ 

“So we had a big chat… I fell down to 12 stone really quickly. 10 years ago [that was].” 

Since climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Chris’ weight loss journey has not been linear. 

In 2021, he told Ross Kemp on his podcast how he has lost weight during lockdown. 

Before lockdown, Chris would train for an hour a day, several times a week. 

It would “depend on how fat I was feeling” Chris admitted. 

He went on to admit how he has always struggled with the way he looks: “I’m fascinated by body dysmorphia because I really have an issue with body dysmorphia, which I think most people do. 

“I’ve lost six stone from my worst weight when I was 18 stone.”

He also spoke about the relationship he has with his body: “I know my body really well now, and I’m still learning. I don’t have the metabolism of an 18-year-old girl or boy, I just don’t.”

Chris said he weighs himself six days a week to understand how his body works, and also trains five days a week. 

His exercise regime involves three cardio sessions, one run and a free weights session. 

In terms of diet, he is careful about what he consumes and follows the intermittent fasting diet with a 2,000-calorie limit – 500 less than the recommended daily amount for a male. 

There is much speculation about Chris’ weight loss and whether he has had surgery. 

In 2017, he squashed the rumours, explaining: “I have never even heard of this product, let alone used it. I don’t want people reading this and thinking that’s how I lost weight. So here, from my tiny mouth, is the truth. 

“I stopped buying bread. Dramatically cut my lager intake. Started eating better food… Trained regularly. That’s it. I just wanted you to know I didn’t use any supplements.”

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