Kirstie Alley has been flaunting her dramatic 50-pound weight loss for over a year and it seems she might be ready to get back into the dating game. Just one problem -- she's not impressed by her selection of men.
The 64-year-old actress recently told Entertainment Tonight about her dating dilemma as a woman over 50. "I wanted to say something to men over 45. Don't be so freaking boring!" Alley said. "Don't have the life already sucked out of you."
They might seem like harsh words, but it seems Alley really would like to avoid dating much younger men.
"All it does is leave women to date young men and be really embarrassed, because we are dating guys in tank tops," Alley continued." I want some men around my age that aren't boring, and act like they are tired."
Alley announced her major weight loss just one year ago and announced back then that she was ready to "hook up," admitting she did some dating but hasn't met the one just yet. We think Alley looks fabulous and that her perfect match is out there somewhere.
But she hasn't been the first woman over 50 to lament the lack of dating prospects. Last year, music icon Madonna, then 56, said men her age were simple "undateable." "People who are older, and more set in their ways, are probably not as adventurous as someone younger," Madonna said.
Men and women over 50, do you agree? Let us know in comments below.
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