It is amazing to me how low Kneepads will go sometime. Kelly Preston is almost 50 so the fact that she lost 39 pounds of baby weight and is at a lower weight then she was before she got pregnant could make for an interesting story. Instead, Kneepads turns it into a paid advertisement for every Scientologist they can fit into one sentence. Ads are the things on the right and left and top not within the article itself.
“but over the past year she's dipped below her pre-pregnancy weight – and is relishing a new figure and renewed vitality as she approaches the mid-century mark.”
A renewed vitality? Really? Does anyone use that word? Weight loss companies do, but not normally objective reporters.
“I lost 39 lbs., have more energy than I had 20 years ago – and I feel amazing. I'm going to be turning 50 next year – holy s–––! Hey, 50 is the new 30.”
The reason she has more energy than she had 20 years ago is she is not dodging bullets and partying all night with Charlie Sheen.
Her secret to losing all this weight? The diet program she and Kirstie Alley started together. I can't even write about it. I can't believe Kneepads lets this stuff go through and does not even challenge anything or say it is an ad. They even link to the site where you can buy everything. Is this “reporter,” Elizabeth Leonard even a real person? Kelly says that Kirstie lost 100 pounds with the system. Uh huh. Let me tell you how Kirstie Alley lost 100 pounds. Not eating, dancing 8 hours a day and chain smoking. All of you can lose weight the same way too and don't need to buy pills or supplements. Starve yourself and exercise and you will lose weight. It's brilliant.