The American Whitney Way Thore (14 April 1984) is a well-known face to TLC viewers thanks to her role as a cast member on the network’s hit reality show My Big Fat Fabulous Life.
In Greensboro, North Carolina, to parents Glenn and Barbara Thore, Whitney Way Thore entered the world on April 14, 1984.
In 2000, Thore attended the Governor’s School at North Carolina’s Meredith College, where he participated in the Theatre Summer Enrichment Program. Thore attended Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, to study theatre after graduating from Page High School in 2002. Thore moved to South Korea to teach English after finishing her undergraduate degree.
Who Is Whitney Thore Dating?
There confirms she is still dating the Frenchman in a new clip from the upcoming season.
The clip is from an upcoming episode of My Big Fat Fabulous Life in which Thore and her ex-boyfriend Lennie Alehat talk about their romantic lives. There has recently been confirmed that the new season will feature Alehat, who she hired to help her with her online fitness video production.
In the clip, Thore and Alehat talk about their experiences working together as ex-lovers. One time Thore says “However, there’s one thing I need to make perfectly clear: there’s nothing strange about our relationship.
We promise it’s not shady.” She then confirms that she is still with her boyfriend by saying, “Fortunately, my boyfriend is very not jealous and very not worried about you.”
TLCs Season 10 Trailer Had Previously Established the Partnership Between Thore and Alehat
Thore can be seen on camera reassuring her friends that their relationship will remain purely professional despite their misgivings.
“There are those who would argue that holding on to an ex is dangerous. In spite of the fact that I may experience a fall, I will not fall for Lennie “what she has to say.
In other scenes from the trailer for “My Big Fat Fabulous Life,” Thore is dealing with her mother Babs’s recovery from a stroke. It was confirmed earlier this year that Babs had a stroke, but it now appears that COVID-19 may have exacerbated her condition.
According to the official synopsis for the premiere episode of Season 10, “After Babs suffers a stroke, the family discovers that Babs, Glenn, and Hunter have COVID-19; without her family to rely on, Whitney‘s friends rally together as she attempts to stay strong through this trying time,” Whitney’s friends rally around her as she tries to stay strong through this trying time without her family to lean on.
Next week: “After suffering a stroke, COVID-19, and an infection, the Thores are amazed to see Babs make a miraculous recovery; everyone anxiously hopes it will be enough to get her approved for rehabilitation; Whitney is not prepared to give up without a fight.”
What Caused Whitney Thore and Lennie to Split Up?
As of Episode 9 of Season 3, Whitney and Lennie had broken up, despite having been together since Season 2. On MBFFL, Whitney revealed she had been feeling stuck in her relationship and that she didn’t think things were getting better.
To the camera, Whitney said, “I realized maybe I have needs that he can’t meet or doesn’t want to meet.” She then went on to break up with Lennie in person. To paraphrase, “I need a relationship in which I don’t feel like I’m asking the other person to change.”
Thore became the on-air producer for the Jared & Katie in the Morning radio show on Greensboro, North Carolina’s 107.5 KZL after she returned from a year teaching English in South Korea.
A dance video titled “A Fat Girl Dancing” was uploaded to 107.5 KZL’s YouTube on February 27, 2014. The video quickly gained traction, helping Thore spread her message of self-love and acceptance to a wider audience.
This resulted in numerous media outlets covering Thore’s story, including ABC News, NBC’s Today Show, and The Huffington Post, among others. In early 2015, Thore’s life and weight loss journey was the subject of a TLC documentary titled My Big Fat Fabulous Life. TLC premiered the second season in September of 2015, making the first season’s ten episodes available to viewers.
Thore’s autobiography, I Do It with the Lights On And 10 More Discoveries on the Road to a Blissfully Shame-Free Life, came out in May of 2016.