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Bone Meal

by | 7th, April 2006

‘NEWS now to shock. Calista Flockhart, the actress who modelled herself on Kojak’s lollipop and became a TV star in Ally McBeal, does not suffer from “tiny bones”.

Working her fingers, chest, thighs, arms, jaw and ribs to the bone

At the height of her popularity in the 1990s, stick-thin, round-headed Flockhart was constantly being chivvied about her weight.

But it was not her fault. Flockhart had been cursed with those aforesaid “tiny bones”. She had a “healthy appetite”. If she had disproved the Hollywood axiom and become too thin it was not out of choice. It was just the way she was made.

But now, as the Mirror reports, Flockhart says she was too thin. “I started under-eating, over-exercising, pushing myself too hard and brutalising my immune system,” says she. “I just didn’t find the time to eat.”

While said immune system contacts lawyer and contemplates suing the actress for abuse of privilege, we read that in 1998, 5ft 5in Flockhart weighed less then seven stone – mostly in bone…’

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