Kirstie Alley denies weight loss surgery
Kirstie Alley is denying that her dramatic weight loss is due to gastric bypass surgery.
Poor Kirstie Alley can't catch a break. Either the media is slamming her for being too heavy or questioning her methods for slimming back down. Now the Dancing with the Stars alum is striking back.
Alley, who has dropped a whopping 100 pounds, has had to defend herself against critics like Tim Gunn who says she is lying about her size -- and now she has gone to her Twitter fans to set the record straight on her weight loss secrets.
"Thank you for all your SWEET comments," the star tweeted after her svelte new body was featured in People. "NO surgery, NO flippin lasers, NO barfing, NO starving... Jeez... my products, organic food, dance."
The DWTS runner-up says that the intense dance training coupled with an organic diet and her own new weight loss program called Organic Liasons totally reshaped her body.
"I feel back to normal," a once 230-pound Alley told People. "I have my game again."
"When I hit that mark, I went, 'That's it!'" she said. "I have more energy than I've ever had in my whole life."
Now Alley is focused on her next goal: finding a man.
"What I'm looking for is to be madly, deeply in love," she said. "For the first time in my life, I know exactly what I want in a man: I want someone who has my back, who is courageous and brave."
Alley has been married twice; both ended in divorce.
Look for Kirstie Alley in the upcoming ABC pilot The Manzanis.
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