Former ‘Fat Actress’ Star Kirstie Alley Suffers Turkey Neck Nightmare!
Former Fat Actress star Kirstie Alley is hunting for a doctor to kill her fluttering turkey neck! The Cheers alum, 67, stunned British Big Brother fans by showing up on set flaunting what appeared to be a pillowy pouch beneath her quickly disappearing chin! Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to find out more.
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“Kirstie’s looking as big and as bad as ever!” a stunned on-set Big Brother spy told RadarOnline.com. And insiders snitched the expanding 5’ 7” star is smashing the scales at 250 pounds — and that her jiggling jawline is the tragic result! “The feedback from her wobbly-gobbly neck on Big Brother has been humiliating for Kirstie,” one source told RadarOnline.com. “She considers this an emergency and is desperately searching for a surgeon with the fastest and best solution.”
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Luckily, according to Boston-based cosmetic surgeon Dr. Dave David, “there are options available to her.” The expert, who has not treated Alley, also noted that “she could have a neck-lift, but a faster, safer and more effective option is what’s called Vaser lipo. It basically lasts forever, unless she gains more weight — and it has a great skin-tightening effect — unlike traditional lipo.”
Dr. David also pointed out the non-invasive “CoolSculpting” procedure could be helpful, but warned that it “does not tighten skin!” He explained: “This is where you freeze fat cells, they die and leave the body over the next few months.”
Still, doctors noted no procedure will help Alley if she continues to pack on the pounds. “Her multiple chins are caused by the loss of collagen and elasticity that comes with weight gain,” said Dr. David. “Once it’s there, it doesn’t go away — even if she finds a way to lose weight.”
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