KIRSTIE ALLEY talks the talk, BUT does she WALK the walk? COCAINE! Crazy love with TRAVOLTA and SWAYZE!  XENU!  

In a series of what some may call “search engine optimization” everyone’s favorite yo-yo dieting Scientologist has been making slow news days HOT! HOT! HOT! with Xenu-lovin’ interviews here, there and everywhere. Yes, she has a book to promote.

Yakking away on ET, the “Fat Actress” said her excessive cocaine use back in the day nearly claimed her life. "I thought I was going to overdose almost every time," Alley admitted.

"I would snort the coke, then I would sit there, I'd take my pulse — 'I'm dying, I'm dying, I'm dying.' Who would keep doing it?"

Alley told the soft-soap newser she freed herself from the cocaine addiction when a pal prompted her to read “Dianetics”— the key Scientology tract penned by sci-fi hack and Scientolo creator L. Ron Hubbard.

"Somehow I got through (it), and I thought either (Scientology) is the world's biggest scam, or I thought this is how I am going to get rid of this hideous compulsion," she elaborated.

The “Dancing with the Stars” favorite, who is currently ballyhooing HER new book, “The Art of Men,” recently dropped two other tidbits designed to sell the book.

Alley now claims to have had secret “affairs” (kissing only) with a hetero John Travolta and the late Patrick Swayze.

Kirstie told ABC News’ veteran warhorse Barbara Walters she had a super-secret double probation affair with Swayze when they lensed the TV movie “North and South.”

She claims Swayze wanted Alley to get a divorce from her then-husband Parker Stevenson (“The Hardy Boys”!) and marry him — but she didn't want to destroy Swayze's marriage with Lisa Niemi.

After her “fling” with Swayze, Alley did “Look Who’s Talking” with John Travolta – and GUESS WHAT?

 Kirstie called Travolta, a fellow Scientologist, “the greatest love of my life.”

In the chit-chat with Walters, Kristie tried to dismiss repeated allegations that Travolta is gay, saying “I know John. With all my heart and soul, he’s not gay.

“I think it’s some weird way, in Hollywood, if someone gets big enough and famous enough, and they’re not out doing drugs and they’re not womanizing, what do you say about them?”

THIS IS WHAT YOU SAY:  Kirstie remains committed to pushing her book and since kicking cocaine and embracing Xenu, an alien god, remains a firm practitioner of yo-yo dieting.