Gladiators legend Diane Youdale, known by her stage name Jet, revealed the 90s show helped her overcome the bulimia she suffered from ages 14 to 19. Speaking on the Celebrity Catch Up: Life After That Thing I Did podcast, the TV personality, 50, detailed how training as a gymnast as a teen meant she wanted to remain ‘boy-looking’ yet becoming Jet meant being ‘very glamorous’. She said: ‘Gladiators helped me go, well actually having a bit more booby and botty, and it not wobbling around too much – it’s alright to have lumps and bumps in all the right places. I’m being Jet because of who I am, because of how God made me’. Wow! Gladiators legend Diane Youdale, known for her stage name Jet, revealed the 90s show helped her overcome the bulimia she suffered from ages 14 to 19 Gladiators regularly pulled in audiences of up to 14 million, with almost 100,000 people applying to battle against the likes of Jet, Wolf, Panther and Cobra. Diane was forced to quit the show after four years in 1996 after suffering a neck injury, after which she trained as a fitness instructor as well as a psychotherapist, using her skill as a… Read full this story
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