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Sunday, 9 February 2014

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Kirstie has said that she can try as hard as possible but she will never have a body like Jenny McCarthy's.

BEVERLY HILLS - Actress Kirstie Alley recently appeared on The View and she told Barbara Walters that she hardly ever gets any movie scripts anymore.

She noted that the last script she got was for a Portuguese film about an ex-matador who goes to work for PETA. The motion picture was titled Benedict Arnoldo The Ex-Bullfighter.

Kirstie was asked if there is a man in her life. She grinned and said that not since her and Dancing With The Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy were paired together on the hit show two years ago.

Alley who starred on the hit sitcom Cheers, was asked if she was still trying to lose some weight. She giggled and said that he was really and truly trying but her body was just not cooperating with her worth a flying flip.

She then surprised Barbara, Whoopi (Goldberg), Sherri (Shepherd), and Jenny (McCarthy) when she said that her goal right now is to become the owner of a McDonald's hamburger restaurant.

Kirstie was smiling from ear-to-ear as she said that it looks like she has finally decided to seek out her lifelong goal of owning a Mickey D's.

In Other News. Ann Coulter wants the nation to know that just because she French kissed fellow GOPer Laura Ingraham does not mean that she and Laura are lesbians.

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