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'Pawn Stars' Chumlee Gets Engaged, Flaunts 100 Pound Plus Weight Loss!

Pawn Stars Chumlee Is Engaged Has Lost More Than 100 Pounds
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Aug. 12 2018, Published 6:08 p.m. ET

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Pawn Stars personality Chumlee is putting his chubby past behind him and planning a wedding!

As The Blast has reported, the History Channel star revealed his dramatic weight loss during a recent dinner to celebrate his engagement to fiancée Olivia.

Chumlee, 35, and his pals dined at Andiamo Italian Steakhouse this week in downtown Las Vegas.

Onlookers were stunned to see Chumlee flaunt his new physique that is more than 100 pounds down from what he weighed before.

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In February, Chumlee got gastric sleeve surgery after admitting his struggles with weight loss.

According to The Blast, Chumlee weighed 344 pounds before the surgery.

He whittled himself down to 305 thanks to a pre-op diet before getting the gastric sleeve.

But at this week's dinner, his friends and family members toasted a whole new Chumlee!

He now tips the scales at only 230 pounds, which is a whopping 114 less from where he started 10 months ago!


Chumlee has suffered legal problems in the past, as US Weekly reported, but he's now gotten his life together.

His happy engagement and weight loss news should cheer fans who were devastated this summer to hear that Pawn Stars patriarch Richard Benjamin Harrison had died at age 77.

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