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Photos: Jelly Roll Finishes 5K Race, Reveals Weight Loss From Training

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Jelly Roll says finishing a 5K race was mentally transformative. Photos show it changed him physically, too.The “Halfway to Hell” singer did the Netflix Is a Joke Fest: 2 Bears 5K at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif., on Tuesday (May 7). Comedians Bert Kreischer and Tom Segura joined him for the event, while wife Bunnie Xo was there at the finish line to congratulate him.Getty Images for NetflixGetty Images for Netflixloading…After the event, Jelly Roll told ET he felt mentally motivated but a bit tired. The 3.1 miles proved to be more challenging than he thought. Support from family, friends and fans helped him through the course.Find photos of the run and aftermath below. Jelly Roll has alluded to how much weight he lost training since he began in January.After the event, he said he dropped anywhere from 50 to 70 pounds.READ MORE: Jelly Roll’s Wife Can’t Believe Fans Fell For Metalcore Icon ‘Hall Pass’ VideoThere was an ice bath waiting for him at the end, and when Bunnie came over to congratulate him, she somehow ended up in the ice. Just her bottom half got wet, however, unless photographers didn’t see her take a complete dip.Jelly Roll has a handful of tour dates scheduled for May and some shows with Morgan Wallen this summer. His Beautifully Broken Tour with Alexandra Kay starts in August and ends in late October.Jelly Roll will also perform during the 2024 ACM Awards in Frisco, Texas, next Thursday (May 16) on Amazon Prime. Jelly Roll is up for Entertainer of the Year.Pictures From Jelly Roll’s 5KJelly Roll joined Bert Kreischer and Tom Segura for the Netflix Is a Joke Fest: 2 Bears 5K at Rose Bowl Stadium on May 7, 2024, in Pasadena, Calif.Gallery Credit: Billy Dukes

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