Surprise makeover for nurse and mom who lost over 100 pounds

Surprise makeover for nurse and mom who lost over 100 pounds

Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “Surprise makeover for nurse and mom who lost over 100 pounds” – below is their description.

Meghan Megill is a nurse and married mother of two kids. Through diet and exercise, she lost over 100 pounds. She gets a big surprise on “GMA3.”

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