Olivia is up next -- she's in a silver gown, and has a short (SHORT!) haircut that actually really suits her. Her husband Ben is waiting around the corner; he's also lost 99 pounds. They are both super-skinny together. Aw, romance. Inside what looks like a Medieval Times, Olivia and Hannah and their loved ones all hug and kiss and cry.
Austin shows up, with his hair slightly more tamed, and his beard taken down to a manageable size. It's the Casey Abrams makeover, basically. He is sporting a tux and looks nice, and has a huge grin on his face. He sees his mom, who freaks out at seeing her son. She practically falls in the moat.
Irene arrives by carriage in a pink glittery nightmare that I'd make fun of if it was on the red carpet, but clearly, The Biggest Loser costume design team had a run on tulle and sequins and just went bananas. It's not like she picked this, and I'm going to say that Tim Gunn didn't either. Her hair has some highlights and is shoulder length and has a nice bounce to it. She's also sporting a big smile and is super-psyched to be playing princess. Her mom, Ana, who was on this show for half a second, is there and has lost 75 pounds. They compliment each other for a really long time.
Lastly is Jay. He's got on the most adorable bow tie and just looks nice and clean-cut, and thankfully skipped the toupée that he was playing around with. Bald is way more beautiful than a bad rug. His son Matthew is there, and he's crying. Is he the son that disowned his father because he didn't want to watch him die? Or am I confusing Jay with someone else? I must be confused because we don't see a flashback, and you know this show loves any chance to play a flashback.