Nastia Liukin

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  • Birth Name: Anastasia Liukin
  • Birth Place: Moscow, Soviet Union
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 10/30/1989, Scorpio
  • Profession: Gymnast
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VIDEO: The Biggest Loser: Week 11

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The Biggest Loser: Week 11
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Aired: 11/30/2010

Special guest Nastia Liukin, a five-time Olympic medalist and four-time World Champion gymnast, meets up with the players for a pop challenge that tests their stamina as they compete in five different exercises. watch

VIDEO: Episode #1011, Pts. 1 & 2

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Episode #1011, Pts. 1 & 2
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Length: 01:24:41
Aired: 11/30/2010

The stakes are higher than ever this week when host Alison Sweeney informs the last six contestants that there will be a red line and a yellow line at the weigh-in this week, and those who stay above both will be in the final four. Special guest Nastia Liukin, a five-time Olympic medalist and four-time World Champion gymnast, meets up with the players for a pop challenge that tests their stamina as they compete in five different exercises. Later, trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels talk to contestants to see how they feel about going home, one contestant gets an impressive health update from Dr. Huizenga, and the players all discuss what they?d do with the grand prize money if they won. Then it?s time for the traditional end-of-season challenge in which the players all put their original weight back on and drop it incrementally as they lost it on the show. Later, one player tearfully says goodbye after falling below the red line at the weigh-in, and then two more are up for an elimination that really takes the player voted out by surprise. Finally, the two eliminees return home for emotional reunions with family and friends, leaving the season 10 final four at the ranch. watch

VIDEO: Episode #1011 Part 1 & 2 [HD]

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Episode #1011 Part 1 & 2 [HD]
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Length: 01:25:00
Aired: 11/30/2010

Olympic Gold Medalist Nastia Liukin Guest Stars, and two more players go home, leaving the final four. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2009 Bud Greenspan Presents TV Show Series, Subject (person only)
2008 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno: Episode
Season 16, Episode 159
Episode, Guest
2008 2008 Summer Olympics: 2008 Summer Olympics:Opening Ceremony Episode, Appearing
2008 The Oprah Winfrey Show: Welcome Home Team USA's Olympic Stars! Episode, Appearing
2006 Stick It Movie, Actor - Nastia Liukin

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News

Exclusive: Hellcats Casts Olympic Gold Medalist

Nastia Liukin, the 2008 Olympic gold medalist, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the cheerleading series Hellcats, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

The 21-year-old Russian-born American gymnast will play ... read more

NBC Signs Deal for More Gymnastics Coverage

NBC is flipping out for more gymnastics: The network and cable partner Universal Sports have inked a deal with USA Gymnastics to carry the sport's biggest events through 2012, the Associated Press reports.

The pact secures the fifth major Olympic sport for NBC, which also has broadcast rights to key events in swimming, skating, track and skiing. The U.S. gymnastics championships, featuring ...
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Olympian Nastia Liukin Springs into Gossip Girl

Olympic gold medalist Nastia Liukin is an expert on the gymnastic mats, but she'll be flexing her acting muscles next. The gymnast is set to appear as herself in a "substantial" way on an episode of Gossip Girl later this fall, her agent, Evan Morgenstein, confirmed to TVGuide.com.Morgenstein explained that the story behind Liukin's guest role on the CW series was almost as exciting as her win in the all-around competition in Beijing. Gossip producers contacted the 18-year-old after hearing her tell Ryan Seacrest on his radio program that the show is her favorite. That night, producers ran into her at an L.A. restaurant and set up a meeting to talk shop. The next thing she knew, Liukin was set to shoot on location in New York, most likely in mid-October. Her scenes are currently in development.Gossip's Upper East Side is just the latest TV landing pad for recent Olympians. The Secret Life of the American Teenager got Liukin's teammate, Shawn Johnson, as a guest star for its mid-seas... read more

Oprah to "Welcome Home" U.S. Olympians on Sept. 8

For its 23rd (!) season premiere, The Oprah Winfrey Show will be paid a visit by more than 150 U.S. Olympic team members.The guest list includes gold medalists such as Michael Phelps (who has become about as omnipresent as Eddie Cibrian on ABC), Nastia Liukin, volleyball queens Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh, and hoops stars Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony, Lisa Leslie and Dwayne Wade (who always cracked me up on A Different World).As reported by the AP, the episode tapes Wednesday at Chicago's Millennium Park (to air Sept. 8) and is fancied as a both a "welcome home celebration" for the athletes as well as a showcase for the Windy City, which is among the candidates to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. By noon Saturday, the line of Oprah and Olympic athlete fans hoping to nab one of the 2,000 free tickets up for grabs stretched several blocks. — Matt Mitovich read more

Late Nights With NBC Olympics

The other night, NBC ran a cute piece toward the end of its prime-time broadcast—which means it probably aired somewhere around midnight—about how people are battling sleep deprivation thanks to how late we’re all staying up to watch the Olympics each night. Somehow I was awake to watch it—although someone in the office told me they saw the piece repurposed at another time, so who knows when I saw it; it’s all a blur.The point being that when big Olympics events are live, as they were the first week of the games with Michael Phelps’ awesome miniseries-like laps of swimming history and the team gymnastics competitions, there’s an undeniable thrill watching them unfold in real time, no matter how late it goes. (I groaned one night last week upon realizing the women’s gymnastics weren’t starting until 11:10 pm/ET, but I stayed glued until well past 1 in the morning. No regrets.)But this week it’s a different story, and it boils down to ... read more

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