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(MYFOX NATIONAL) - A slew of hit reality TV shows are created a new diet craze.

People have said they have seen the pounds dropping one rhythm at a time.Shows like " So You Think You Can Dance " and others are motivating audiences to move to the groove.

SYTYCD Judge Mary Murphy said she dropped 6 dress sizes in 3 months with her "core rhythms" program."It's not easy, you know, I try to eat right," said Murphy.

"And I'm trying to stay in shape too cause you never know when I might jump back out there on the dance floor again."Actress Lisa Ann Walter has combined dance and weight loss for a new series on the Oxygen network .

The show motivates contestants to take off the pounds, while strutting their stuff for judges."[The competitors] practice all week for their routine, competition coming up at the end of the week, they sort of watch their food.

Then at the end of the week, they compete and they have a dance off," explains Walter.

"And the judges rate them on a scale of 1 to 10.

And their score for their dance competition is married with their weight loss percentage."For Walter, who has battled her weight for years, the media obsession with the perfect body was the driving force behind the show."We have spent too long telling people what's wrong with them, what they're doing wrong, why they look wrong," said Walter.

"If we spent all this energy going to the positive and just feeling good about ourselves, we'd look better, we'd feel better, we'd be healthier."The " Shall We Dance " star said it's important people know it's okay to come in all shapes and sizes."I thank God that people came along like Jennifer Lopez, who was in 'Shall We Dance,' and Beyonce and women that have all sorts of a different shapes and brought the booty back," said Walter.



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