1000-lb Sisters star Tammy wows fans with her 'glow up' as she shares health update
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1000-lb Sisters fans are flocking to social media in support of Tammy Willingham after she gave a health update.
When Tammy first started her weight loss journey appearing on the TLC reality show alongside her sister Amy Slaton-Halterman, she weighed 717lbs (51.2 stone).
In the latest season of 1000-Lb Sisters, Tammy revealed she's lost around 183lbs - dropping from 717lbs to 534lbs.
She said: "When I got on the scale and I saw the scale was at 534.7, I kinda stopped breathing for a second.
"I'm like 14 lbs under my goal weight. From over 700, that's a huge drop.
"I'm feeling thrilled, proud, excited... just all the emotions. I proved everybody wrong. Everybody that doubted me, I finally got mine! My told-you-so moment!"
Tammy recently took to TikTok to share a picture of her when she weighed around 717lbs.
It then transitions to another shot and then final image of what the 37-year-old looks likes now.
The images of Tammy focus on her face and show a significant change in her appearance over time.
Fans of the reality TV star have flocked to the post to congratulate her on her journey and cheer her on.
One TikTok user said: "Love watching you. you've come so far congratulations."
Another added: "So proud of you! Watching your show for the 100th time! I just love you guys!!!"
While a third commented: "What an amazing transformation!"
Although a final noted: "You were always a beautiful woman, no matter how big you were."
In another post to to TikTok she said she's in her 'main character era'.
Her progress is immense considering she once had to be placed in a medically induced coma after she stopped breathing.
And the 37-year-old has also had to process the death of her estranged husband - Caleb Willingham - who she married on season four of 1000-lb Sisters.
In a post to Instagram, Tammy commemorated Caleb with a picture of them together embracing.
The caption read: "Rip sweet angel you will forever be missed and loved so much thank you Caleb for showing me real love and happiness."
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