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'Biggest Loser' trainer Dolvett Quince to serve as Pegasus Parade Grand Marshal

Dolvett Quince (Source: KDF) Dolvett Quince (Source: KDF)
The 62nd annual Republic Bank Pegasus Parade takes place Thursday, May 4 (Source: WAVE 3 News) The 62nd annual Republic Bank Pegasus Parade takes place Thursday, May 4 (Source: WAVE 3 News)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The Biggest Loser trainer Dolvett Quince will serve as Grand Marshal of the 2017 Republic Bank Pegasus Parade, the Kentucky Derby Festival (KDF) announced Wednesday.

The 62nd annual parade will march down Broadway Thursday, May 4 and will air live beginning at 5:30 p.m. exclusively on WAVE 3 News. It will also be live streamed on wave3.com and the WAVE 3 News and Inside the Rail mobile apps.

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"As a leader in his field of health and fitness, (Quince) is the perfect fit to lead this year's health-focused parade, themed "Louisville on the Move," KDF Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff Stacey Robinson said.

Quince's passion, regimen and dramatic transformational results have made him one of the most in-demand fitness specialists in the country. He was born in Connecticut and was adopted along with his three siblings.They moved to Florida, where Quince finished his schooling. In 2004, he opened at private personal training studio called Body Sculptor in Atlanta, Georgia. After gaining prominence on a mainstream Atlanta radio station, he began widening his clientele. he has trained other trainers and celebrities, including Angela Bassett, Justin Bieber, and hip-hop singer JoJo.

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Quince is among several celebrity guests participating in this year's Kentucky Derby Festival events. Many will take part in both the Celebrity Day at the Downs event on Thursday, May 4 as well as the Republic Bank Pegasus Parade later that same day.

Guests scheduled to appear include the following:

  • Linkin' Bridge, finalists on season 11 of America's Got Talent and Pegasus Parade Honorary Grand Marshals
  • Justin Cornwell of CBS's Training Day
  • Justin Hartley of NBC's This is Us
  • Jonathan Kite from CBS's Two Broke Girls
  • Chrishell Stause, formerly of NBC's Days of Our Lives and Draffenville, Kentucky native
  • Adriana Madix, Tom Sandoval, Brittany Cartwright and Jax Taylor of Bravo's Vanderpump Rules
  • Miss Kentucky 2016 Laura Jones
  • Jimmy Eat World (parade guest only)
  • Damion Lee, professional basketball player and former UofL Cardinal (luncheon guest only)
  • Robert Williamson, professional poker player (luncheon guest only)

Celebrity Day at the Downs begins at 11:30 a.m. on May 4 on the sixth floor of Churchill Downs. It will feature a traditional Kentucky luncheon and a day of racing on Millionaire's Row. 

The Republic Bank Pegasus Parade steps off at 5 p.m. on Broadway at Campbell Street and travels 17 blocks west to 9th Street. WAVE 3 News coverage of the parade begins at 5:30 p.m. WAVE 3 News has been the exclusive broadcast home of the Republic Bank Pegasus Parade since 1982.

Tickets for the parade are still available online at KDF.org. Ticket prices are $10 for bleacher seats and $12 for chair seating.

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