Apr 7 2014, 1:15pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
The 62-year-old actress is back, who after having joined the program in 2004 and lost weight is now returning in the capacity of the brand’s spokeswomen. Kirstie Alley is going to be the spokeswoman for the “Coming Home” campaign launched by Jenny Craig. Kirstie Alley reveals that she is rejoining the program simply because it works. With Jenny Craig’s food, she says, one does not have to starve rather one enjoys the delicious meals they have to offer. She also claims that she loves working with her personal assistant and that she hopes to serve as an inspiration to those who are struggling with weight loss.
Kirstie Alley also said that she is excited to bring products such as Organic Liaison to Jenny Craig and share them with the members. Monty Sharma, who is the president as well as chief executive officer at Jenny Craig claims that the team is looking forward to welcoming Kirstie Alley back to the program. She added that when Kirstie Alley reached out to Jenny Craig, the entire team welcomed her with open arms. Furthermore, Sharma hopes that Kirstie Alley’s return may encourage other member constantly battling weight loss daily and searching for an effective program.
Kirstie Alley’s stint at the show, “Dancing with the stars” and likewise; “Look Who’s talking”, made her lose 100 pounds. She gives credit for this to the Organic Liaison weight loss system. This time around she hopes to lose 20-30 pounds.
Source: Yahoo Celebrity
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Source: TV Tonight
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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