Kirstie Alley Covers ‘National Enquirer’ Magazine With Diet Reports

Kirstie Alley Covers 'National Enquirer' Magazine With Diet Reports

Kirstie Alley recently signed back on to be a spokeswoman for Jenny Craig and the “National Enquirer” is back at it again with their report that Kirstie has received the final ultimatum: “Diet or Die!”

Kirstie is reported to weigh 250 pounds per the magazine’s latest cover, but if that’s the case, she certainly doesn’t look like she weighs that much. According to the tabloid, her doctor gave her the shocking warning that could quite possibly save her life.

As you may know, Kirstie appeared on “Dancing With The Stars” where she appeared to have lost a significant amount of weight. Now, in lieu of her line of Organic Liaison products, she has gotten back in bed with Jenny in order to shed the excess weight.

Also featured in this issue is a cheating scandal involving Michael Strahan and the secret that legendary actor Mickey Rooney took to his grave.

Kirstie Alley Rejoins Jenny Craig; Allows Acquisition Of Organic Liaison

Kirstie Alley Rejoins Jenny Craig; Allows Acquisition Of Organic Liaison

Despite selling Organic Liaison products for quite some time, Kirstie Alley has jumped back to her tried and true method of weight loss — to Jenny Craig. On her official website for her own weight loss brand, the actress announced that she has allowed her brand to be gobbled up by the weight loss giant.

From her statement:

I’m UBER thrilled to return home to Jenny Craig!! I’m coming back because the program works. And I am excited to bring my favorite Organic Liaison products like Rescue Me to Jenny Craig and Jenny’s members.

In other awesome news, we have a fresh new batch of Rescue Me in production and I can’t wait to share it with our lovely Organic Liaison family and Jenny’s wonderful members!! Our manufacturers are working at full-speed to have it available for you as soon as possible!

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Seven years after parting ways with Jenny, Kirstie has decided that it’s time to join the company as their spokeswoman. In 2004, Kirstie lost a total of 75 pounds using Jenny’s services and kept the weight off for three years following. After quitting Jenny in 2007, the weight came back on and now shes says that she is determined to lose the extra 30 pounds she’s gained in the meantime.

In an interview with “People” magazine, she said, “I was good for a while and then I wasn’t good, and the weight crept up. Like I say in the ad, I’m not circus fat. I didn’t gain 75, I gained 30. I love that you have a consultant. It’s like being an athlete. No athlete is going to do well without having a coach. We have to equate that to life. Without a coach helping us along the way, I don’t think someone can make it for the long haul.”

Kudos to her for realizing that she couldn’t do it on her own and for seeking out help.

Kirstie Alley Offers Up Healthy Eating Tips For Christmas

Kirstie Alley Offers Up Healthy Eating Tips For Christmas

Kirstie Alley has some tips for eating healthy around this time of year. To prevent piling on the pounds at Christmas time, she says that it is best to eat healthy foods at home prior to hitting all of those Christmas parties. Smart thinking, no?

As you may already know, Kirstie has struggled with her fluctuating weight for years now, but now makes it a point to eat healthy. She said that she eats sensibly before gorging herself on the delicious foods that get served during Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties.

In a new interview, she revealed, “I eat before I go. I try to eat the good, healthy food that I know I’m supposed to eat before I ever walk out the door for a party, so that I don’t end up at a party hungry. But I like my cooking. I like home cooking way better than restaurant or party food.”

National Enquirer: Scientology’s Secret Celebrity Files

National Enquirer: Scientology's Secret Celebrity Files

Featured on the cover of the latest issue of the National Enquirer are Tom Cruise, Kirstie Alley, Lisa Marie Presley and John Travolta — all for a story based around the Church of Scientology’s secret celebrity files.

As you may already know, former King of Queens actress Leah Remini left the controversial religion after being interrogated for years alongside her family. It began with a question as to the whereabouts of Scientology leader’s wife Shelly Miscavige.

From the magazine’s report:

A friend told The ENQUIRER that Leah fears retribution from the church, whose membership includes Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Kirstie Alley.

Shortly after Leah quit, Kirstie tweeted: “I take a moment to experience the loss of a person who I thought was my friend…then I say f*** `em.”

Fortunately, Leah’s longtime pal Lisa Marie, 45, promises to be her port in the storm.

The ENQUIRER has all the details on how Lisa is saying she’s there to help Leah through her terror and a exclusive special investigation that reveals even more disturbing practices of the controversial church.

In addition, the magazine claims that Britney Spears has collapsed at the news that her ex-husband Kevin Federline has married his girlfriend Victoria Prince.

Kirstie Alley Seeks Advice From You

After reports surfaced stating that Kirstie Alley was furious at that her longtime friend Leah Remini for left the church of Scientology, she has taken to the Twitterverse to vent frustration.

“When faced w malicious gossip I take a moment to experience the loss of the person I thought was my friend… then I say f— em…” Alley, tweeted on Wednesday. This of course got many people thinking the statement was directed toward Remini herself.

Kirstie Alley Seeks Advice From You

“Don’t believe everything you read,” Alley warned in a series of statements denying the accusations.
Kirstie Alley is one of the most highly profiled follower of the religion and was said to have been in numerous meetings with church executives dealing with Reminis departure. Sources say that leaving the Church of Scientology means you have to basically go into a pseudo witness protection program with some defected members under constant surveillance. Katie Holmes was a victim of such tactics according to reports following her divorce from famous Scientologist Tom Cruise. These Former members suggest the need to “lay low” try to slowly pull away then change your address, job and even phone numbers in order to successfully unplug from the group.

“lying news outlets. I do NOT care what religion ANYONE is or isn’t. I respect religions & would fight for your freedom as well as mine.” Alley tweeted in an effort to stop the rumors of the rift between herself and Remini. Kirstie has used her Twitter page as an outlet for her personal catharsis and has recently gone as far as asking her followers sage advice on the subject.” Need ur opinion.IF there was a whopping lie about U floating around, would U make a statement or let it pass? I’d appreciate your views. :)” and the answers came flowing in. Alley is said to be digesting the advice for now. “I wish to share my sincere and heartfelt appreciation for the overwhelming positive response I have received from the media, my colleagues, and from fans around the world,” she said quickly followed by “Don’t care much about my own reputation .I DO that people who R genuinely interested could know the truth..others won’t believe it anyway.”

Is there some kind of formal press release from her in the near future?