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Snowbunny
09-14-2007, 02:25 PM
I am not a fan of hers; but what do you think of all the hoopla over this?
I heard News-day had a cover that called her fat?

It really concerns me! All these girls out there are hearing this!


afb0407
09-14-2007, 02:31 PM
thats whats wrong with these people....i mean come on...she did just have kids!!! and the probibility of her going back to her old ways (drugs ect) is higher because of everyones stupidity and BS (sorry theres no other word) GIVE THE GIRL CREDIT!!!! she is trying to get her life straight.....i wish more then anything people now adays would find the positive points instead of the negative allllllllll the time!!!!!

K8-EEE
09-14-2007, 02:42 PM
Well if your claim to fame & fortune is the stripper schtick, well, of course you're going to be scrutinized about that! She did look awful in the underwear get-up, IMO. Not fat, but bloated and drunk. The dancers on stage looked like they were keeping her from falling.

She's the one who billed this performance as some kind of monumental comeback, then showed up to rehearsal five hours late and with a drink in her hand. So the lesson is, you reap what you sow.

I hate it when I see some 12 y/o girl at the mall tarted up a la Brit. She's the worst possible role model I can think of!


modkittn
09-14-2007, 02:43 PM
First off I want to say that I thought her performance was horrible. A musician myself, I don't understand ANYONE lip synching for any reason. I know that she has ALWAYS lip synched, and that mostly her performances were the bulk of her entertainment. But her performance was VERY dull.

However, I do not think she is fat at all. She is obviously carrying more weight around than before the had children, but she doesn't look fat by any means. Personally, I don't think I would have chosen that outfit, since it was unflattering.

I just wish she and the other girls would take a hint from the millions of people out there telling them that they need help and go get it. Take a break from their lifestyles and go get sober or get professional counseling or whatever it is they need. I don't know how you can get treatment for the things that are probably what are a problem for her while staying in the industry, releasing a new album, and trying to do performances again and manage to go through a divorce, custody battle, and trying to take care of her kids.

phantastica
09-14-2007, 02:44 PM
I was annoyed to see everybody so harshly criticize her appearance, too. Most American women would LOVE to have her "fat body". It sends a terrible message to our young girls who are figuring out that whole body-image thing.

Good point, Lori! "Fat" isn't the issue here - bad lifestyle choices and emotionally unhealthy choices are bigger concerns.

K8-EEE
09-14-2007, 02:52 PM
Well, the fact is for a dancer she IS fat/out of shape.

It's true I would LOVE to be as "fat" as she is but also true that I am not in the business of making millions by charging people to see me strut around in underwear.

I understand lipsyncing, especially when you aren't really a singer and need your voice electronically manipulated, what I don't understand is wearing all the wires & battery packs while lipsyncing!

gagurl78
09-14-2007, 02:52 PM
I was annoyed to see everybody so harshly criticize her appearance, too. Most American women would LOVE to have her "fat body". It sends a terrible message to our young girls who are figuring out that whole body-image thing.

Good point, Lori! "Fat" isn't the issue here - bad lifestyle choices and emotionally unhealthy choices are bigger concerns.

This is so TRUE!

Spinymouse
09-14-2007, 03:06 PM
K8-EEE, I disagree that for a dancer she is fat. I think this concept is where the fat-judging problem lies. There is something wrong, when a dancer/entertainer is not supposed to have anything close to a normal-looking body. Same concept goes for models. I knew someone who was a pro model for a while who was told she was too fat for a certain job, at 5'10" and 112 pounds. It's just wrong.

Blueyedblond
09-14-2007, 03:18 PM
I thought she looked great - maybe she should not have worn that costum/outfit - but she looked fine to me.

Snowbunny
09-14-2007, 03:22 PM
K8-EEE, I disagree that for a dancer she is fat. I think this concept is where the fat-judging problem lies. There is something wrong, when a dancer/entertainer is not supposed to have anything close to a normal-looking body. Same concept goes for models. I knew someone who was a pro model for a while who was told she was too fat for a certain job, at 5'10" and 112 pounds. It's just wrong.


I agree.

ShyShy19
09-14-2007, 04:04 PM
I'm sorry but she WAS NOT fat in any way, shape or form. She was gorgeous as she always has been. Yes the costume was tacky and her performance was bad but I think her body looked great. Like I said in another thread about this, she was clearly upset about something, IMO it looked like she could cry at any moment. I feel bad for her. I don't think she's all that talented but she is a girl, like the rest of us and it's just a shame that people are calling her fat, flabby , out of shape etc.
Brittney: You go girl, I would hope that if I were in your situation, everyone bashing you, calling names, expecting you to fail, I would still have the balls to go out there at all. Oh and that body is HAWT,especially after just having a baby.

modkittn
09-14-2007, 04:23 PM
Just found this article (http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/Music/09/11/bulging.britney.ap/index.html) on CNN about this EXACT topic.

GatorgalstuckinGA
09-14-2007, 09:35 PM
i agree..i don't think she looked fat....but i think she should fire her manager and best friends...no one should have let her leave the house in that outfit. It did nothing for her....no she isn't fat...but her body was not flattered by that. And as for her performance..i think she stunk..pathetic lipsynching and bad dancing. She nearly tripped 3 times that i counted. I think the poor girl needs help or she will loose her kids. Right now its sad to think the k-fed is turning out to be a better influence for his kids than the mom.

aphil
09-15-2007, 02:17 PM
Well, the fact is for a dancer she IS fat/out of shape.



I am going to have to disagree wholeheartedly here, because if Britney is too fat to be a dancer, then for a professional dancer I better consider myself morbidly obese, and better just hang it up-call it in quits tomorrow, and better cancel my performances and the classes I teach on Monday night. Heck...last year I was "too pregnant" to be a dancer, but it didn't stop me from teaching classes and dancing. :)

Pointe ballet is really the only dance form that you have to have a certain body type to execute. Someone cannot dance on pointe shoes if they are 50 pounds overweight...at least not without some serious pain.

You can be of skinny, of average size, even overweight-and still do tap dance, clogging, jazz, modern, hip hop, belly dance, etc. professionally.



We need to set the record straight, and tell it how it actually is. Britney isn't too fat to be a dancer. She WAS definitely not rehearsed enough, or sober enough to be one that night. Her problem wasn't in her weight-it was the fact that it looked like she hadn't slept in 3 days, was intoxicated or on SOMETHING, and was tripping, unable to lip synch, etc. and wore an unflattering outfit. Her performance was unprofessional...NOT her weight.

Fat-NO. Unprofessional and sloppy-YES.

freiamaya
09-16-2007, 02:12 AM
Doesn't ANYONE remember Donyelle from "So You Think You Can Dance" season 2? You know, the one of the final four who had faced alot of criticism because she wasn't a stick insect, yet could DANCE???
As Aphil says, you don't have to be a stick insect for most forms of dance. It becomes an issue in pointe or in partnering where there are alot of lifts (hard for the guys to lift girls who weigh over 100lbs, you know). But for the majority of dance, weight doesn't seem to be the defining issue.
So, is Britney a ballet dancer? Of course not.
And, why are we comparing her pre-child birth 17 YEAR OLD BODY to her current one? That time in a woman's life where she is 17 years old and a size 2 lasts for all of about 5 minutes in the grand scheme of things.
Her performance may have been craptastic, but why don't we all cut the poor girl some slack on her figure?

aphil
09-16-2007, 12:55 PM
Doesn't ANYONE remember Donyelle from "So You Think You Can Dance" season 2? You know, the one of the final four who had faced alot of criticism because she wasn't a stick insect, yet could DANCE???
As Aphil says, you don't have to be a stick insect for most forms of dance. It becomes an issue in pointe or in partnering where there are alot of lifts (hard for the guys to lift girls who weigh over 100lbs, you know). But for the majority of dance, weight doesn't seem to be the defining issue.
So, is Britney a ballet dancer? Of course not.
And, why are we comparing her pre-child birth 17 YEAR OLD BODY to her current one? That time in a woman's life where she is 17 years old and a size 2 lasts for all of about 5 minutes in the grand scheme of things.
Her performance may have been craptastic, but why don't we all cut the poor girl some slack on her figure?


:cp:

Thank you for that post...I agree 100%.

K8-EEE
09-16-2007, 01:51 PM
Let's see, why are people judgmental about Britney's body?

What else has she got? :shrug: She can't really sing or dance; her fame and fortune are derived from being sort of exhibitionist I suppose. And truly she used to have an incredibly buff body; and now, not so much. So people are supposed to notice that she doesn't look as good in the stripper gear as she used to? Her body WAS her whole act!

Reality check! She's either got to start wearing some clothes (I would suggest she try wearing clothes and underwear AT THE SAME TIME) and actually singing/dancing for a living (if possible) or find some other line of work, because her current body, while not being "fat" in a medical sense, is nothing people would spend $35 to see strutting around half naked.

I guarantee you before she does another tour (IF she does) she will do a radical body overhaul in an attempt to approximate her 17 y/o body. Betcha!

:cp:

Thank you for that post...I agree 100%.

ANOther
09-16-2007, 02:22 PM
Not toned, yes. Fat, NO. The world is going to **** in a basket when anyone who doesn't look like they've just been liberated from Auschwitz is denounced as "too fat"!!! :sp: :nono: :soap:

aphil
09-16-2007, 05:14 PM
K8-EEE

I completely agree that Britney pretty much has no talent as a singer, etc. and that her dancing, and wearing revealing clothing WAS her act. I wasn't disagreeing with those points.

What I *was* disagreeing with, was the blanket statement that she was too fat to be a dancer...which is not true.

Rhighlan86
09-16-2007, 05:30 PM
I read a lot about this ( i dunno why im addicted to celebrity stuff :lol:, its a downfall of mine) but everyone of her stylists and entourage tried to get her to wear the corset that would cover her tummy which was her main problem area and she said no that she looked fine, but when she went out and was dancing she could see herself on a playback in the back of the room and that's why she was so upset. It was like a wakeup call. THey said she ran off stage crying that she looked awful. I think she was just completely clueless. Her life has spiraled out of control and she has shut every positive person trying to help her out. I feel bad for her, but honestly I think before she gets her career in line she needs to get the rest of her life in line first. Just my two cents

redlight
09-16-2007, 10:28 PM
Her life has spiraled out of control and she has shut every positive person trying to help her out. I feel bad for her, but honestly I think before she gets her career in line she needs to get the rest of her life in line first. Just my two cents

I agree. She should disappear from public life, and get her act together.

freiamaya
09-16-2007, 11:11 PM
She needs to get her life together. But she isn't fat. And fat people can dance. And Britney can dress however she likes in public -- the public will vote with its dollars. But she isn't fat!

audreymonroe
09-16-2007, 11:29 PM
Man, I wish my body looked like that right now. She looked great, except the outfit and the dancing. So I agree with most everyone. And I also agree that calling her fat in the media has the power to influence a lot of girls to make some poor choices concerning their health. I do hope she gets it together, and gets some friends that want to help, and not exploite her.

Spinymouse
09-16-2007, 11:30 PM
A lot of us humans need to get our lives together. We still need our jobs. Well, maybe Britney doesn't need her job, but... maybe she wants it.
I am grateful that no one is looking at me and saying "What!!?? You call that a calculation? Oh my, *guffaw* You entered the wrong number in that excel cell C3? HAHAHA." Geez.
Just because people are "stars" and make a lot of money, does that mean the public gets to be extra nasty to them???

aphil
09-17-2007, 08:08 AM
A lot of us humans need to get our lives together. We still need our jobs. Well, maybe Britney doesn't need her job, but... maybe she wants it.
I am grateful that no one is looking at me and saying "What!!?? You call that a calculation? Oh my, *guffaw* You entered the wrong number in that excel cell C3? HAHAHA." Geez.
Just because people are "stars" and make a lot of money, does that mean the public gets to be extra nasty to them???

I agree with this. Think about if people reacted to us at our regular professions, the way that people gossip about a star. When they are on top, people praise and love them...but if they give a bad performance, do a bad film (when the star gets blamed...but you can only do so much with a bad script, director, etc.), gain weight, go through a personal struggle...then it is open season on them from the general public and media.

GatorgalstuckinGA
09-17-2007, 09:35 AM
agrees with aphil. Its sad...this site here is to help love support others. Yet if britney was your average joe hanging with us on this website...and she lost wt to get to her supposively "fat" body she had that night, we would be priasing her and telling her what a good job and how good she looks. I think its sad ppl are calling her fat on this site. Most of us are dealing with weight here...and would hate for someone on this site to say we were fat. just because she is a celeb doesn't mean we should be mean and call her fat. We are suppose to be supporting people. In fat if i had her body right now, i'd be estatic. Now don't get me wrong...her performance sucked and it did seem like she was out of it...but fat...not!. I have seen this alot on this site...where people are looking for support help when loosing weight but don't have a problem bashing a celebraty for their wt (ie britney or kirstey ally). To me that's just a double standard.

phantastica
09-17-2007, 02:21 PM
I have seen this alot on this site...where people are looking for support help when loosing weight but don't have a problem bashing a celebraty for their wt (ie britney or kirstey ally). To me that's just a double standard.

Well put, Gatorgal! It's totally a double standard. So, after giving birth twice, separating from her husband, and having a whole host of stress and emotional problems, Britney is carrying a few extra pounds. Personally, I think she looks very healthy and NORMAL. If any of our daughters came to us and said "I'm fat" looking like that, we'd be very quick to correct them that NO that is NOT FAT.

anajjana
09-17-2007, 02:51 PM
okay first of all she is not FAT!!! i would love to look like that!!!

second, her hair looked HORRIBLE!!! i know she could have got a better weave job than that!!

third, the dancing was a bit bad. it was kinda like she was afraid to move. you could tell her confidence level is NO where near where it used to be.

but overall, i think it was okay. the main thing that bugged me the most was her hair!!!

that was sad because it looked like one of those 'home-girl hook-ups.' you know the ones where you sit in a chair taken from the dining room, in front of the tv in the living room, coffee table moved to the side and your 'home-girl' is doing your hair, while you watch something hilarious like jerry springer or maury.

hahaha!!

Snowbunny
09-17-2007, 04:57 PM
okay first of all she is not FAT!!! i would love to look like that!!!

second, her hair looked HORRIBLE!!! i know she could have got a better weave job than that!!

third, the dancing was a bit bad. it was kinda like she was afraid to move. you could tell her confidence level is NO where near where it used to be.


hahaha!!


You are right! I have seen dancers on Broadway that were bigger than her that kicked butt at their performance!
I think she didn't practice as much as she should have or just got so nervous.

K8-EEE
09-18-2007, 04:26 AM
Wait hold on, I didn't bring up Kirstie Alley, you did, but just for the record "people on this website AREN'T saying she's fat....as people is plural and I believe I'm the only one calling Miss Kirstie out.

She is FAT! When I see Miss Kirstie giving everybody else advice about how she "keeps it off," come on, IMO she should just fess up.

http://www.tmz.com/2007/09/13/kirstie-alley-black-is-slimming/




agrees with aphil. Its sad...this site here is to help love support others. Yet if britney was your average joe hanging with us on this website...and she lost wt to get to her supposively "fat" body she had that night, we would be priasing her and telling her what a good job and how good she looks. I think its sad ppl are calling her fat on this site. Most of us are dealing with weight here...and would hate for someone on this site to say we were fat. just because she is a celeb doesn't mean we should be mean and call her fat. We are suppose to be supporting people. In fat if i had her body right now, i'd be estatic. Now don't get me wrong...her performance sucked and it did seem like she was out of it...but fat...not!. I have seen this alot on this site...where people are looking for support help when loosing weight but don't have a problem bashing a celebraty for their wt (ie britney or kirstey ally). To me that's just a double standard.

aphil
09-18-2007, 08:00 AM
No...there have been other threads, and other conversations on this site where Kirstie Alley (and other celebs) have been bashed for being too heavy, too thin, or too whatever.

I think that we should be supportive of all women, even celebrities, who are having weight issues. JMHO...

witchyonadiet
09-18-2007, 08:08 AM
Britney is sloppy, borderline talented and makes really poor choices - but she is not even close to fat. She has a very healthy build. If any of us were shoved under hundreds of bright lights and had hundreds of photagraphers who spent ALL their time waiting to catch us in some unflattering position - we'd like terrible too. I wish the media would find real jobs and people (including me from time to time) would stop buying the rags like People and worry about themselves.

As far as Kirstie goes - I do NOT think she has gotten her weight down to the Hollywood standard of slim- who cares ?? She took enough off to where she looks better and hopefully feels alot better and is healthy. Isn't that all any of us want ???

JMO

GatorgalstuckinGA
09-18-2007, 08:47 AM
k8 - i didn't say you were calling kristy fat..i was just responding to everyone as a general. There have been multiple threads about kristies weight and now britney's wt. I was just defending those that might not be a size 0 actress and trying to remind people why we are here...for support and help. I was making a general statement not directed at anyone.

K8-EEE
09-18-2007, 10:51 AM
I'd be supportive of Kirstie & JC ending this farce of "how I'm keeping it off."

However I can't accept her stated (and well paid) position that she's solved her weight problem on JC. Have YOU called Jenny? Oh brother! I think what she's doing is downright fraudulent.

If she wants to be honest, I'd support her whether she wants to just be fat and ditch the "call Jenny" stuff or whether she wants to hop back on the diet wagon.

In general I don't support dishonesty -- too much Al-Anon as a kid I guess!

No...there have been other threads, and other conversations on this site where Kirstie Alley (and other celebs) have been bashed for being too heavy, too thin, or too whatever.

I think that we should be supportive of all women, even celebrities, who are having weight issues. JMHO...

phantastica
09-18-2007, 11:11 AM
I'd be supportive of Kirstie & JC ending this farce of "how I'm keeping it off."

Ha ha, I agree! I thought this morning about how nice it would be if she said, "well, I guess my body needs to be fat right now. Sorry, Jenny!" At least that way, she wouldn't have the enormous pressure to lose weight for an all-eyes-on-her marketing campaign.

marbleflys
09-18-2007, 04:51 PM
sorry i'm about a week late, but need to post MHO.


Britney is her own worst enemy....unfortunately, her previous hard work won't be remembered, but the bad press and pictures of her without underwear will follow her (and her kids) around a lot longer than a hit single. She's a spoiled child with no common sense masquarading as an adult and a parent. (At least K-fed keeps his pants on for the press).

the ONLY press she gets is negative....I recall reading about the OK interview and the fried chicken stained designer dress, the pooping puppy, (then the puppy's broken leg) asking an extra, the maid etc. to share her bed. If I had young kids, I would consider her right up there with Porn. off limits.

the average 10 year old displays more common sense than her. The only come-back she is making is being rude, slu**y and stupidly pathetic in her attempt at media attention.....(oh yeah I always go shopping in a 20" dress and no underwear---every afternoon at Nordstrom and have my topless pic. taken in a pool with people i just met).
I have no compassion for her, she needs to grow up. she's not a role model for anyone. A *regular* woman would have been reported to child services for that kind of behavior within yards of their kids.

but back to the topic, she's had 2 kids in 2 years and she consumes a lot of booze, parties hard....all things considered, she's NOT fat. If she wants to, I have no doubt she can make her body into a reasonable facsimile of what she used to be....Hollywood will forgive her...she can ride her name back and I hope her kids forgive her too if they every realize what she did to embarrass them.

K8-EEE
09-18-2007, 08:44 PM
Come on Kirstie, the truth will set you free!!

What I don't understand is, people go "but she lost 75 pounds!" How do you figure?? I know she says she lost 75 pounds -- but here in her "fat and happy" interview promoting Fat Actress, she says her top weight -- and she started JC right after this -- was 204.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/07/29/earlyshow/leisure/celebspot/main632721.shtml

So OK let's do the math -- she lost 75 lbs, she's "maintained that for over a year" and weighs 129 then RIGHT! YEAH, OK RIGHT.....SO DO I THEN, LOL!

I actually see her around every once in a while (my daughter goes to school in her Los Feliz neighborhood) and she seems quite pleasant and all but as of just a few weeks ago, like maybe 5 or six weeks ago, she's looking around 200 pounds AT LEAST!!

Ha ha, I agree! I thought this morning about how nice it would be if she said, "well, I guess my body needs to be fat right now. Sorry, Jenny!" At least that way, she wouldn't have the enormous pressure to lose weight for an all-eyes-on-her marketing campaign.

GatorgalstuckinGA
09-18-2007, 10:31 PM
i understand what you are saying about kristie and lying..that's a different issue..however she did loose weight through JC. Maybe she's not doing so great at maintianing...but there was definately weight loss..and maybe she is unbelievably embarrassed at how big she really was. But on that note..the point i was actually trying to make as a generalization was...would you like anyone calling you fat...weather you were famous or not???? That really was what i was trying to get to in the previous posts. Yes i'm not going to deny that britney needs some major help psychologically and mentally and she is darn near close to loosing her kids. But what i'm trying to say is that this website was created many times for help and support. So say for instance some newbie comes on this site and sees you calling britney fat..and this newbie thinks that wow i wish i looked this good and hears you bashing britneys weight...that may make that person so not want to join our supportive group because she (or he) may think..wow if she thinks britney is fat...she must think i'm a house! That's really what i meant. I don't really understand why we feel the need to make jabs at celebrities and their weight (weather big or small). This is a weight loss forum..and MHO i feel that this sort of talk demises what this group is set out to do....support weight loss. I know personally i would kill to have the body britney had that night (maybe not the bad dancing and lip synching lol). Essentially what i've been trying to say (and obviously the point has been missed)...is that the trash talking about celebritie's weight can also be misinterpreted by those others on this board. People with low self esteem and weight issues may become self reserved and not what to speak out for fear of lack of support. I'm just saying...if she was average joe schmo and you saw her on the street...i would hope you wouldn't call her fat. I just wish we'd focus a little less on celebrities weights and focus on more positive ways to help and support our fellow 3fcer's in their efforts to reach (or maintain) their goal...and we wonder why girls have such poor body images.
I'm done with my soap box..and i feel i've beat a dead horse to death..sorry.

K8-EEE
09-18-2007, 11:15 PM
Well you know gatorgal you bring up an interesting point, and that is of course we are all sensitive to weight issues but here's the thing.....

I'm fat and so fat doesn't seem that bad of a word, just a descriptive. Are we catastrophizing "fat?"

I'd rather be called fat than a liar or a fraud (which is what I'm calling Kirstie.)

Here on this thread let's see, Britney's been called untalented, a bad mother, a train wreck of a human being, I mean truly awful things that nobody would like to be called. But God forbid you call her fat! As if it's the worst possible trait in the world, to be fat!

It's really no crime to be fat (good thing or I'd be serving a life sentence LOL!) And there's no shame in it....I'd rather be fat than any other word used to describe Britney on this page. She could be in killer shape by the end of the year if she put her mind to it, but she'll still be a homewrecker and a lousy singer!

K8-EEE
09-23-2007, 01:20 AM
Yikes...!!! Now it seems Brit is being busted for a hit & run incident in a parking lot right in my backyard (Studio City CA!)

What an idiot...would it have killed her to leave a note? Apparently she gets out of the car, looks at HER CAR ONLY, gets back in and drives off.

Did she not suspect that the whole thing would be documented by the paparazzi? DUH~!

What is funny is the lady whose car she hit, filed a police report about it, then sees the paparazzi footage on a gossip site and was like, OMG Britney Spears was who hit my car!

freiamaya
09-23-2007, 02:29 AM
Poor Britney!
I've been soooo good in restraining myself from the Kirstie Alley thing, because that topic is a huge hot button for me!
FIRST of all, I am supportive of Kirstie regardless of her weight. I absolutely think she is fabulous at whatever weight she is at. I support her and her body type completely.
BUT, BUT, BUT -- where she crosses the line for he is claiming a certain amount of weight loss as a result of a commercial diet program, and makes these claims for money. The purpose of being a spokesperson is to sell a product. In this case, she is selling the JC product and is paid to advertise her weight loss as a result of use of this product. IF she claims she lost amount X, and in REALITY, lost amount Y, and amount Y is significantly less than amount X, THIS IS FALSE ADVERTISING!
That is my only issue with Kirstie Alley.
I don't believe that this is "celeb fat bashing". I DO think that truth in advertising and accountability for false advertising should be a standard that we hold in high regard. To me, her claims are NO DIFFERENT than those of *******' claims, which are quite harsly critiqued on the home page of this website.
In BOTH cases, undocumented tremendous amounts of weight have been claimed to be lost, the consumer is "lured" into a program based on the "success" of the product sold, and photographic evidence shows that the claims made are inaccurate!
There, now I feel better :)

K8-EEE
09-24-2007, 03:40 AM
Bashing??? She deserves it! I don't buy the premise that if you're a celeb you're fabulous no matter what? Uh-uh!!

Does anybody read the great blog, "Confessions Of A Fat Girl?" This is the
real deal on what it's like for a 28 y/o working woman to deal with the stresses of day to day life, including financial pressures, and the weight issue. So the protagonist of this blog goes on Jenny Craig which is a large expense for her, an excerpt:

"I find myself in a sticky situation.

My financial situation has become quite grim. I have to make some sacrifices. I think, unfortunately, one of those sacrifices is going to have to be my Jenny Craig food. Or at least far less of it. It's costing me about $75-$100 a week right now and that's not including the produce and dairy I have to buy in addition almost every week to fill in the spots that the Jenny food doesn't cover."

This is where Kirstie's JC money is coming from. How do they expect the working women to pay up the nose for this stuff when millionaires get the same thing for FREE....and lie about the end results?

I don't have any respect for Kirstie Alley at all. Not because she gained the weight back, I've done that a few times - but knowing how hard it is I would NEVER lie to other people with the same problem, just to make money!