A week after "The Biggest Loser" season 13 finale came to an end, contestant Emily Joy stopped by NewsChannel 36's studios Monday to talk about the show and life.
Joy talked with NewsChannel 36's Ira Cronin about "The Biggest Loser's" season finale, her goals in life and her plans now that her season came to an end.
"I coming down from this giant high of the finale," Joy said of the season finale that aired last week. "I'm taking my time with it. I'm a little sad it's over and I miss everyone already."
Joy came close to winning the $100,000 at home prize, but finished second to Mike Messina.
"It was tough coming into second place, but my friends let me know that I did the best out of all the women at home.It was second place so it was pretty cool," she said.
Joy said that now the show is over she is more determined to stay in shape and help others with their fitness goals along the way.
"I definitely want to help people with their life and fitness goals," she said. "I'm so passion about that, I want people to experience what I've experienced, so I'm trying to do wellness coaching and fitness with personal training."
The Huntersville resident was eliminated after 11 weeks on the show. She lost a total of 90 pounds while competing on "The Biggest Loser"
The 29-year-old teacher began the competition weighing 264 pounds and had high blood pressure.