Gina, a 47-year-old attorney and law firm owner from Hoover, AL, was automatically ousted from the competition after she only posted a two-pound weight-loss and finished with the lowest weight-loss percentage -- leaving her below the dreaded "Red Line" -- at the season's eleventh weekly elimination weigh-in.
"I'm amazed at what I've accomplished here on the ranch. I'm amazed that I had the strength to get through this whole process. I'm proud of what I've done and I'm proud of how I handled being below the Red Line. Someone once told me I was a gracious Southern woman, and tonight I proved that," Gina said following her elimination.
Dannielle, a 26-year-old advertising account coordinator from Wheeling, IL, and Jeff, a 24-year-old pharmaceutical representative from Monroe, MI, received automatic slots in the finale's three-person weigh-in after they each lost 11 pounds and posted the two highest weight-loss percentages at the weigh-in.
Dannielle fell from 174 pounds to 163 pounds, giving her a weight-loss percentage of 6.32%, while Jeff dropped from 276 pounds to 265 pounds, giving him a weight-loss percentage of 3.99%.
Jackson, a 21-year-old volunteer coordinator for LGBT resource center and movie theater assistant manager from Layton, UT, and Joe, a 43-year-old senior sales executive from Williston, FL, finished third and fourth at the weigh-in after they each lost five pounds.
Jackson dropped from 235 pounds to 230 pounds, a weight-loss percentage of 2.13%, and Joe fell from 244 pounds to 239 pounds, a weight-loss percentage of 2.46%.
As the weigh-in's third and fourth place finishers, Jackson and Joe earned the right to compete for America's vote and get to join Danni and Jeff as the third contestant who will compete in the live finale weigh-in in which the winner will receive $250,000 and be crowned the season's Biggest Loser.
The home-viewer voting period began last night on nbc.com and will continue through Friday morning.
The Biggest Loser's fourteenth-season finale will air Monday, March 18 at 8PM on NBC.
(Photo credit NBC)
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