Kirstie Alley on Stern

Discussion in 'Kirstie Alley' started by anoninoob, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. anoninoob Member

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  3. RightOn Member

    when asked about Leah
    Krusty Alien claimed:
    "That's just sorta water under the bridge," Alley shared. "There's nothing going on and there was nothing going on for years. I didn't shun her but if a lot of people are rejecting you, at some point you gotta ask, 'What am I doing?' I mean, that's what I would ask myself.""

    "I am not some fucking fake"

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  4. The Wrong Guy Member

    What Howard Stern should have asked Kirstie Alley about Scientology | The Underground Bunker

    When did Howard Stern become such a doormat?

    Yesterday, once again, he had actress Kirstie Alley on his show, and once again he let her off easy regarding her involvement in Scientology and her rivalry with Leah Remini.

    The last time Alley was on, she called Remini a “bigot” after Remini had left Scientology and then made public that her former friends in the organization had dropped her like a hot potato — a result of Scientology’s “disconnection” policy.

    This time, Kirstie wanted Stern to believe that her smack talk about Remini was all just “water under the bridge.” But a moment later she asked, “If a lot of people are rejecting you, at some point you gotta ask, ‘What am I doing?'”

    So yeah, Kirstie still blames Remini herself for losing all of her Scientology friends. And we still stick by our reporting in the summer of 2013, when we not only broke the Remini story but also the news that Alley had called for an emergency meeting with Scientology staffers and other celebrities to plan how to deal with the fallout. Kirstie is still the mean girl on the Scientology celebrity playground, and she’s not really trying to hide it.

    But anyway, as Kirstie says, that’s not really very important anyway. Scientology has been unable to stop Remini as she landed a spot in Dancing with the Stars and was the subject of her own reality show. Leaving the church hasn’t appeared to harm her at all.

    Alley, meanwhile, has been very active in Scientology recently, finishing up Operating Thetan Level Seven — a step on Scientology’s “Bridge to Total Freedom” that can take years to finish — and she also completed Super Power.

    Stern had apparently been told about Alley’s completion of OT 7, and he asked her about it. But then he let her get away with this whitewash…

    “it means that you have gotten rid of all the things that would create aberrant behavior in you that you didn’t want,” Alley said.

    Robin Quivers joked, “It doesn’t mean that you’re from space or you can levitate?”

    No, Robin, that’s not what it means. But we wish you or Stern would either learn something about Scientology or have on somebody who does. (Marc Headley has been trying to get himself on Stern’s show for years, for example, and he’d be an amazing guest.)

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  5. Quentinanon Member

    I think Howard Stern is primarily a "shock jock", not a journalist. I would not expect a probing interview from him.
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  6. RightOn Member

    and him being a former judge on America's Got Talent pretty much sums him up now
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