September 27th, 2012 by faye
Dancing battle “Dancing With The Stars” is not even one week into the competition, but celebrity contestants Pamela Anderson and Kirstie Alley are already reportedly making unique demands behind the scenes of the show.
According to TMZ reports, sources close to the production of “Dancing With The Stars” claim that 45-year-old Pamela Anderson made a request to have her trailer be fully loaded with cases of bottled coconut water called Beyond. The brand is said to be imported from Australia, and almost impossible to find in the United States.
Meanwhile, Kirstie Alley reportedly refuses to eat the craft service food provided by “Dancing With The Stars.” Instead, she wants to stick to her custom designed diet program called Organic Liaison, which gets brought in for her daily.
The rep of Kirstie Alley told media outlet TMZ that the actress lost 100lbs on her frou-frou diet and is committed to sticking with it, adding “Steve Jobs didn’t listen to music on a Zune.”
July 24th, 2012 by faye
“Cheers” star Kirstie Alley is facing a lawsuit for allegedly lying about how she lost 100 lbs.
According to reports, 61-year-old Kirstie Alley has been sued by a California woman who claims that Organic Liaison — the weight loss product that the actress hocks online and on QVC — is not the real reason why Kirstie lost weight dramatically.
The plaintiff, Marina Abramyan, who used Organic Liaison and filed the class action lawsuit against the “Cheers” actress, alleges that Kirstie lost the pounds by dancing her weight off in “Dancing with the Stars” and maintaining an extremely low-calorie diet.
As for the weight loss product Organic Liaison, Abramyan claims that it is a hoax — just a bunch of fiber and calcium which is not really a proven weight-loss product. Abramyan is suing Kirstie Alley for unspecified damages.
Alley is known for her role in the TV show “Cheers,” where she played the role of Rebecca Howe from 1987–1993, winning an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award as the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 1991. She is also known for her role in the thriller “Shoot to Kill” and the “Look Who’s Talking” film series as Mollie Ubriacco. More recently, Kirstie Alley has also appeared in reality shows focusing on her life.