Kirstie Alley, Kim Kardashian, Bethenny Frankel: Ten Celebs Who Peddle Diet Products
|Kirstie Alley gets sued over weight loss supplement.|
On the one hand, we wish we looked like celebs with toned abs and round butts. Then again -- how stupid do you have to be to believe that the miracle in a bottle they're endorsing is the reason for their weight loss -- and not the private chef and personal trainer they have on the payroll? Alley's not the only celeb who peddles the promise of a thinner you. So put down the doughnut and read our list. Don't you feel thinner already?
When Jennifer Hudson was kicked off season three of American Idol, her career really took off. She won an Academy Award for her role as Effie in Dreamgirls, played Carrie Bradshaw's assistant in Sex and the City, and recorded two CDs. The only thing left to do was lose weight. She became a spokesperson for Weight Watchers and she sings about her weight loss -- making her loss our gain.
|Dr. Siegel's Cookie Diet|
When Jersey Shore meatball looked at herself in the mirror and saw... well... a meatball staring back at her, she decided to go on a diet. Always one to make a buck, she hooked up with South Florida-based Dr. Siegel's Cookie Diet. How the diet works is simple. You eat them instead of anything else. At $49.95 per box of cookies, we'd have to have a lucrative MTV deal to stay on this diet.