Fallon claims she was humiliated after being rejected by a party bus heading to a Miami nightclub because of her appearance. She says she was shamed and discriminated against because of her weight, but that didn’t stop her from speaking out! Korisa says she, too, was publicly humiliated for her weight when a video went viral after she fell into an icy lake and was rescued by first responders. She says online shamers quickly bullied her instead of worrying about her safety. And, Taylor and Eric say they’re getting ready to tie the knot, but they can’t seem to agree on what exactly “health” means. Taylor says she’s happy with her body and how she feels, but her fiancé, Eric, wants the couple to work out together and eat healthier. Are Eric’s feelings about leading a healthier life validated, or is he causing his fiancée shame about her appearance?

Plus, Nikki Sixx is not only an international rock icon and founding member of Mötley Crüe and the band Sixx:A.M., but he is also a three-time New York Times best-selling author. Nikki discusses his newest memoir, The First 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx, which tells the inspirational story of how a young man named Franklin Feranna became the music icon we now know today as Nikki Sixx, all within the first 21 years of his life.

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