Kirstie Alley ‘bad’ with love

Kirstie Alley is “happy to talk about her indiscretions” in love.

The single 61-year-old actress is currently penning a tome called The Art of Men.

Kirstie has been married and divorced twice in the past and isn’t ashamed of her romantic experiences.

The star isn’t afraid to reflect on her love affairs from a position of extreme candour.

“I'm happy to talk about my indiscretions and how bad I am,” Kirstie told Extra. “I'm happy to say that, but I'm not so happy to say that about other people.”

Kirstie has spoken about her interest in finding a beau before. The actress is not looking for a frivolous relationship.

“The easiest thing on this planet is to [find sex], but I don't see the merit in that,” Kirstie told People magazine previously. “What I'm looking for is someone who loves me deeply and is madly in love with me, for me.”

Kirstie is moved by passionate amour and desires to have this kind of partnership in her life.

“Certainly. For me, it's all about love,” Kirstie said to the publication. “I wasn't looking for the right thing before… I want someone who has my back. And if I'm being attacked, they fricking attack back. Now, that's bravery.”

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