Kirstie Alley Stresses She Is Not Addicted To Food or Sex

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Thursday, 23 May 2013


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Kirstie says that although she eats three large pizzas a day she is not addicted to food.

NEW YORK CITY - Kirstie Alley, the hefty celebrity who has appeared on two seasons of Dancing With The Stars, made an appearance on The Viagra View.

Right off the bat Larry King asked her about the rumors going around that she has been texting Maksim Chmerkovskiy wanting to go out with him.

Alley giggled and said that it's no secret that her and Maks, AKA The Bad Boy of The Ballroom became very close during their two DWTS appearances.

Kirstie, who is 62, confided to Larry that if she was 30 years younger she would be all over Maks like peanut butter and jelly on a slice of bread.

King asked her about the story that had appeared in the supermarket tabloid Just Saying purporting that she was addicted to food and sex.

Alley rolled her eyes and said that she is not addicted to food because if she was she would be eating four large pizzas a day instead of the three that she presently eats.

And in regards to her being addicted to sex she said that she will admit that although she enjoys doing the hokey pokey with younger men she is by no means addicted.

In Other News. Chelsea Handler has just been named the most hated woman in South Carolina.

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