Celebrity Fit Club 7: Boot Camp

about Celebrity Fit Club 7: Boot Camp

As America embarks on a New Year full of resolutions to lose weight and make tough life changes, VH1 celebrates the new decade with a fresh season of Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp. This season boasts a cast full of Pop Culture legends ready to bare their bodies and souls as they dig in for the most grueling fitness program on television -- designed to help them drop not only their flab, but also their emotional baggage. At the end of eight weeks, they will be lean, mean Fit Club machines ready to face the world and show off their new hard bodies.

Battling the bulge this season are legendary R&B bad boy Bobby Brown, dancer and tabloid fixture Kevin Federline, actress Shar Jackson (Moesha), former Baywatch babe Nicle Eggert, Jay McCarroll (winner of Project Runway Season 1), KayCee Stroh (High School Musical), Sebastian Bach (Former lead singer of Skid Row), and infamous "Bad Girl" Tanisha Thomas (Bad Girls Club Season 2). The cast will be broken into two teams, competing for $200,000 in cash and prizes and the individual celeb who drops the most weight will win $50,00 in prizes.

Driving our cast through this punishing and life changing eight week boot camp is CFC veteran and U.S. Marine Corps Drill Instructor Harvey Walden IV (RET). Using Harvey's unique brand of "tough love," he will guide these chubby celebs over walls, through the mud and past their own limitations as they realize their true potential for the first time. See Bobby Brown, who's already battled divorce and drug addiction conquer new demons and crippling fears. Watch Kevin Federline find his Inner Warrior and drop the pounds he put on after depression and heartbreak, while his ex, Shar Jackson, finds a place to heal her own wounds and crawl out from under the shadow of Kevin and Brittany's infamous relationship.

Also guiding the cast are nutrition and diet expert, Dr. Ian Smith who will change the way our cast looks at food and our new life coach Rhonda Britten, who will change the way they look at themselves.