Gogglebox's Amy Tapper shows off three stone weight loss in incredible transformation video
GOGGLEBOX star Amy Tapper showed off her three and a half stone weight loss in an incredible transformation video.
The 21-year-old star has overhauled her diet plan and exercise regime as she's transformed her image over the years.
Taking to her social media page, the TV favourite shared a photo of herself at her biggest, wearing a white vest top.
She captioned the snap: "How it started…"
Amy can then be seen dancing around her kitchen, showing off her trimmer figure in an all-black outfit before tucking into a healthy meal.
She captioned that clip:"VS how it's going", adding: "And now I'm living my best life".
Amy's followers were blown away by her transformation, with one commenting on the post: "You’re doing so well Amy 😍 Inspirational".
Another added: "Well done Amy, you look incredible."
A third agreed: "👏👏👏done so well 😘".
Amy previously told The Sun that she is happier than ever with her body after shedding the pounds, adding: "I am more confident in myself and I love myself as a person more than I’ve ever done before."
She also admitted that she used to cry after being targeted by cruel trolls while she appeared on Gogglebox.
Amy first found fame alongside her family as they appeared on the Channel 4 show between 2013 and 2018, with the then-teen going on to search for love on Celebs Go Dating.
And she still gets targeted by vile online haters, admitting last month that she could easily "cry her eyes out" at the nasty remarks.
She also hit out at "backhanded compliments" after she was told that she still needs to lose more weight after shedding over three stone.
Amy said at the time: "Don't be like: 'Well done, another three stone to go' because when you think about it, that's more of an insult than a compliment.
"Especially if you don't actually personally know me."
She defiantly went on to add: "Excuse the rant, I love all of you and your comments and support but unfortunately it's ones like that that stick out."
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