Kirstie Alley's Big Life clip - starring Kirstie Alley.
Lillie McCloud was the first Over 25 to perform live and she didn't disappoint. Was her rousing rendition of the Percy Sledge classic, "When A Man Loves A Woman," enough to send her through to the next round?
"Kirstie Alley's Big Life" will chronicle Kirstie's comedic and unique take on her battle with weight loss, which coincides with the launch of her new weight loss company. She's also producing a feature film, patenting multiple inventions, working hard to raise two normal Hollywood teenagers, True and Lillie, taking care of eight ringtail lemurs, and on top of everything, looking for lovenothing like a little pressure. The series premieres Sunday, March 21 at 10PM ET/PT with back-to-back episodes on A&E!
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Running away to join the circus was a popular romantic sentiment in the 1920s for those wishing to escape life's drudgery. For wannabe actress Violet (Beatrice Lillie), it was joining a third-rate travelling actors troupe specializing in over-the-top melodramas of love and loss. Too plain to play the vampy vixen, she was relegated to the menial but necessary tasks to keep the show afloat. Known for her rubbery features and comic timing, Lillie taps her higher Chaplinesque qualities and deep humanist emotions in beguiling balance to the laughter. Violet's real-life drama rises far above the on-stage fiction, as with her tutoring and support of a handsome young recruit (Jack Pickford) who becomes the male lead, a man whom she falls in love with but withholds her heart. This silent classic is a riveting time capsule into a pre-Depression world that will fascinate, draw tears and ultimately... cheers.
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