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“Extra’s” Mario Lopez joined the “Look Who’s Talking” co-stars on the “Kirstie” set to talk about them working together and their enduring friendship.
Alley, who said her favorite Travolta movie is "Urban Cowboy," explained about the first time they met. “When I first met John, it was in Canada. We went out the night before we started shooting and I had a little too much tequila. I said, 'Don’t talk to me as John... for the whole night can you just be Bud [his character in 'Urban Cowboy']' and he goes, 'I don’t want to do that.' I said, 'Okay, be Wayne.' Remember I made up that name for you?"
Kirstie continued, "So the whole rest of the night, he was Wayne, and I just kept drinking more and more tequila. I was on cloud nine. We danced the Two Step, and it was my dream come true.”
The outspoken Kirstie chatted about being a single mom, renovating her house with the “Property Brothers” and how she’s a magnet for “psycho” guys.
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Actress Kelly Preston has never looked better, and it’s all thanks to her best friend Kirstie Alley’s weight loss system, Organic Liaison.
Following the birth of son, Kelly lost nearly 50 pounds with help from Kirstie’s program.
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway sat down with John Travolta for an exclusive one-on-one at the Maryland Film Festival where he was honored with Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Savages" and the festival's the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Alley gushed about fellow Scientologist Travolta, calling him “the greatest love of my life.” They starred together in the “Look Who’s Talking” films, but she couldn’t marry him because she was already married to actor Parker Stevenson. “I feel like when you marry someone, you’re supposed to work hard at it and you’re supposed to make it work,” she said.
Kirstie also debunked rumors her good friend is gay. “I know John. With all my heart and soul, he’s not gay,” she told Walters. “I think it’s some weird way, in Hollywood, if someone gets big enough and famous enough, and they’re not out doing drugs and they’re not womanizing, what do you say about them?”
Monday night on episode two of "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars," contestants took the floor with routines filled with entertainment, pizzazz and attitude, particularly former "DWTS" champ Emmitt Smith and actress Kirstie Alley.
After Emmitt danced the quickstep to "A Cool Cat in Town," judge Carrie Ann Inaba called him out. "You might want to watch out for the speed skater and the Indy racer because they did better than you tonight."
The writing was on the wall, according to Pamela Anderson. Shortly before getting the boot, she tweeted, “Waiting for the ax to fall.”
The actress was reportedly so upset that she skipped out on backstage interviews, leaving partner Tristan MacManus to handle the fallout alone.