Kirstie Alley Tattoo

January 6, 2012 by staff 

Kirstie Alley TattooKirstie Alley Tattoo, Kirstie Alley has received an unlikely gift for her 61st birthday – a tattoo. The Cheers actress got inked during a taping of the Ellen DeGeneres show after the TV host arranged for her to be treated to a design by L.A Ink artist Dan Smith. In a show set to air in the US today, DeGeneres persuaded the star, who turns 61 on January 12, to celebrate the milestone early with the etching.

Alley decided to incorporate the letters ‘T’ and ‘L’ in dedication to son True, 20, and daughter Lillie, 18. The process took place backstage at the Warner Brothers studios and Alley proudly showed off the result to the show’s audience. Teasing her fans about the must-see episode, yesterday Alley tweeted: ‘ELLEN tomorrow!!!! It will be crazy stupid fun!!!!’

Kirstie also revealed that’s she has a fresh approach to dating in the New Year.

She joked: ‘I’m thinking ugly men might be the solution, Ellen, seriously. Because I go for really handsome men and I think butt ugly would be appreciative. If you’re ugly give me a call.’

She admitted that she tends to pick the strange men.

‘I told [my friends] to back off. I will choose my own guy to go out with and I [tend to] choose psychos, players.’

The single Dancing with the Stars alumni – who has faced a very public battle with her weight – has more eccentric plans for the year.

After losing 100lbs on the celebrity talent show up until the point she became a runner-up in May 2011, the brunette has embarked on a fun exercise programme lasting over three months.

‘I’m trying to start a grassroots movement and I hope you all join in,’ she wrote on her web page.

‘I’m doing a hundred days of dance, starting on January 1. What you do is you join in, and whether you dance for 30 minutes or an hour, you dance for 100 consecutive days.’

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