Britain’s Got Talent star Rosie O’Sullivan shows off DRAMATIC 17 stone weight loss


Britain’s Got Propensity star Rosie O’Sullivan has revealed her dramatic weight loss transformationThe 23-year-old minstrel, who competed on the 2013 series of the hit ITV talent show, underwent £20,000 quality of gastric sleeve and skin removal surgery last year after her clout began to threaten her health.
Now, Rosie has taken to Instagram to flaunt the exciting results of her journey to slim down from 30 stone to impartial 13, inspiring her fans with her confidence.
In a shocking before-and-after balance, the brunette beauty showed the difference between her bigger frame and her newly little figure.
The after snap saw her showcasing her trim midriff in a cream adorn which cinched in at the waist, black tights and knee-high black boots, with her chocolate secures cascading loose over her shoulders.
Rosie weighed 30 stone at her sombrest but is now down to 13

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“I had two dreams when I was a short girl to become a singer and to be healthy and be able to shop in River Holm,” she told her 2,000 followers.
“A three-year transformation, so looking forward to the definitive stage of this month so I can finally wear a pair of shorts with no tights.”
“Jet done Rosie,” one fan commented. “Such a beautiful person inside and out.”
“So proud of you you’ve often been my role model,” another gushed.
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Rosie has had a gastric pack and excess skin removal surgeryAfter shedding an amazing 13 stone thanks to the gastric sleeve, she has since had a tummy tuck and a bi-lateral thigh reduction to off excess skin from her legs.
Rosie made it all the way to the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Ingenuity after wowing the judges with her performance of Man’s World in her first audition.
Her fervent rendition of When A Man Loves A Woman went down a storm in the palpable semi-final, but unfortunately wasn’t enough to scoop her the top prize, which was won by Hungarian accord theatre group Attraction.
Rosie still works as a singer and is set to set her debut album, Something About Nothing, next year.
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