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21-Dec-2016 20:17

The activist and former Dancing with the Stars contestant, 43, who has had an ongoing struggle with his weight, is making a public attempt to lose the pounds. Travis Stork, The Doctors co-host and an ER physician, Bono says being thin in his family was "prized above all else" when he was growing up.Explaining that even though he "wasn't an overweight child," he was still "put on diets all the time." Now weighing 250 lbs. 5½ in., the son of Cher is seeking help from Stork to lose a recommended 50 lbs.Here’s the status of all the “Bachelor” couples, dating back to 2002: The first bachelor was a Harvard graduate who knew not to pop the question after only a few weeks — just six episodes back then — on the reality show.Instead, he dated Marsh for a few months but they quickly became the first casualty of the show. Michel became a spokesman for and recently told US Weekly that he’s dating “one special girl.” Status: Split Buerge was the first bachelor to propose during the show’s finale — and also the first to not reach the altar.They may have nabbed the final rose — some even got a ring — but few winners of “The Bachelor” won their happily ever after.The long-running reality love show is currently in its 20th season — which, for the first time, includes twin sisters vying for the attention of software salesman Ben Higgins.

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The former Dancing with the Stars contestant – who apparently weighs 250lbs - shared his weight loss battle on The Doctors, revealing that the struggle dates back to his childhood.

However, 10 years ago, Stork was looking for love in the City of Light as the star of PHOTOS: ‘The Bachelor’ & 'The Bachelorette’ Romance Check! “I went to dinner with my ER colleagues and a person came up to me from The Bachelor and hung out with our group of ER friends and was buying beverages,” the 43-year-old emergency physician recalls.