Kirstie Alley doesn't just want sex anymore

At the (wise) age of 60, Kirstie Alley has finally realised that there is not too much to be said for casual sex.

“The easiest thing on this planet is to [find sex], but I don’t see the merit in that,” she says. “What I’m looking for is someone who loves me deeply and is madly in love with me, for me.”

Alley, who has been married twice and rediscovered the goddess in herself after having dropped 100 lbs, tells us that it is important to acknowledge your own mistakes when relationships don’t work out. “I think when you get into the mind-set of, ‘Oh, this guy did this to me’, you aren’t taking responsibility. In the final hour, it’s actually what you did to you.”

Kirstie Alley used to be a porker

But she hasn’t given up hope! Will true love come her way?

“Certainly. For me, it’s all about love,” she says. “I wasn’t looking for the right thing before. … I want someone who has my back. And if I’m being attacked, they fricking attack back. Now, that’s bravery.”

And with the new weight loss, the sky’s the limit. If you think 60 is an age to start reconsidering the length of your skirt and how low your top goes, think again. When Alley hit the 100 lb mark, it was time to paaaarrrtaaayyyy like she was 40.

“When I hit that mark, I went, ‘That’s it!’ ” Alley tells PEOPLE during her stay in a villa outside Florence, Italy. “I have more energy than I’ve ever had in my whole life.”

Wistfully, she recalls her fat years: “My body had gotten really weak,” says Alley, whose weight at that time hovered around 230 lbs. “There was nothing positive about being fat.”

It was when Alley was invited to appear on Dancing With The Stars (for those of you who don’t know, this is a programme where z-list celebrities try to boost their profile by attempting to learn how to dance with the help of professionals and be judged by a bunch of equally unimpressive celebrities and the be voted off by a drooling audience). As the calorie-busting moves had started to help shift some pounds off Alley’s hips, she decided to boost what had been set into motion by making her diet exclusively organic and following a diet plan of her own creation, Organic Liason – a magical combination between organic food and Scientology.

Now, all is dandy. “I feel back to normal,” says Alley, now a proud size 6. “I have my game again. What I’m looking for is to be madly, deeply in love. “For the first time in my life, I know exactly what I want in a man,” she says. “I want someone who has my back, who is courageous and brave.”

Yes, we already heard that. But good luck to you.

Click here to read more about the Organic Liason diet and more fascinating information on Kirstie Alley’s battle with the bulge.

John Travolta and Kelly Preston welcome baby boy to the world

John Travolta and Kelly Preson are the “ecstatic” parents of  a new baby boy, Benjamin.

Kelly gave birth to Benjamin, weighing in at a healthy 8 lbs. , 3 oz. on Tuesday night in a Florida hospital.

In a statement for the couple, spokesman Samantha Mast said: “John, Kelly and their daughter Ella Bleu are ecstatic and very happy about the newest member of the family.

Both mother and baby are healthy and doing beautifully.”

The proud parents, both devout Scientologists, confirmed that they were having a boy last month, and according to reports from PopEater, the couple followed the church’s controversial guidelines during delivery. “No music, no talking and no screaming will be allowed during the pains of labor. Also their new son cannot be prodded for medical tests or spoken to during the first seven days of his life.

“You don’t want to do anything that will haunt them for the rest of their lives.”

Speaking about the pregnancy earlier this year, Preston said: “It’s been very easy and so wonderful.

“I’ve had no morning sickness and the pregnancy hasgone by so quickly. I feel terrific.”

This is the third child for Travolta, 56, and 48-year-old Preston, 48, who tragically lost their eldest child Jett, 16, in 2009 when he suffered a fatal blow to the head while in the bath. An autopsy concluded that his death was caused by a seizure. The A-list couple also have a daughter, 10-year-old Ella.

Congratulations to the happy parents. We wish them all the best!

Read here about the untimely death of the couple’s son Jett.

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Kirstie Alley’s Organic Liason diet is not a Scientology front

Kirstie Alley is no stranger to dieting and has been a practicing Scientologist for 30 years. So perhaps it is only natural to suspect that her new weight loss initiative, called Organic Liason, might somehow be connected to her beliefs.

Indeed, it might be coincidental that the Organic Liason headquarters are in the same city, indeed  the same building as those of Scientology, The Buzz points out. Among Alley’s executive team are prominent Scientologists such as Michelle Seward, Thomas Lovejoy, Anne Archer, Saul Lipson and Kelly Preston – the wife of Scientology champion John Travolta. Although this is seemingly coincidence too.


In fact, Alley claims that merely 10% of her company is made up of Scientologists. The 59-year-old felt an urge to speak out about the accusations and told People:

“That I would need to clarify or defend the intentions or affiliations of my LLC business corporation in the year 2010 is indicative of the intolerances that we as a country still need to overcome.”

Kirstie Alley's new diet Organic Liason advocates eating organic food

Alley, who formerly claimed losing weight helped her quit smoking, was reportedly dismayed by her confrontation on the Today Show, where presenter Meredith Vieira asked the star outright whether or not the diet was connected to Scientology, given its base address and the number of Scientologist company directors.

“It’s not true. It’s not true,” Alley assured Vieira. “I’m the top executive. The address in Clearwater is my accountant, and he’s a Scientology Jew. I don’t know what to say to it.”

“Here’s the deal: if I wanted this to be a scientology company exclusively, I would have made it that way,” she later told People. “And I would have told the world ‘This is the first-ever Scientology whatever!’ I have nothing against doing that.”

Organic Liason claims to be a brand new and innovative approach to dieting. Members are encouraged to take weight loss supplements and eat more organic products. They also receive 24 hour support and guidance, such as recipes, meal plans and organic grocery store finders, to help them achieve their goal.

Celebrities who have experienced problems with their weight include TV presenter Russell Brand, beauty queen Kirsten Haglund, Oprah Winfrey and actresses Tracey Gold and Stephanie Pratt.