Kirstie Alley SLAMS George Lopez For Pig Joke - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Kirstie Alley SLAMS George Lopez For Pig Joke

CNN.COM - "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Kirstie Alley is putting her foot down and blasting comedian George Lopez for comparing her to a pig on his talk show, reports Entertainment Weekly.

On Wednesday, Lopez made rude remarks about Alley's appearance on the ABC dance competition, saying she "did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away." He added that prior to the show, "she went to the market, and then she had roast beef, and this is her going all the way home!" He then ran GEICO ad footage of a squealing piglet.

Lopez has since tweeted, "I misjudged the joke. No malice was intended and I apologize to Kirstie," but it looks like the former "Fat Actress" star isn't buying it and is taking her own jabs at the late-night host.

"Don't worry about George's comments," the former Jenny Craig spokesperson told her Twitter followers. "Just remember what happens to the big bad, drunk wolf …falls in a boiling pot of vodka. Piggy laughs."

Update, 11:20 a.m.: Alley has since responded to Lopez's apology, tweeting, "@georgelopez I don't need or want ur apology...I want your kidney dude..on behalf of ur X and all the women uv insulted...give it back."

In 2005, Lopez's then-wife donated her kidney when Lopez needed a transplant. He told People at the time, "I can't pay her back, but what I can do is make her as happy as she thought I would when we first got married."

The couple has since separated, announcing in September, 2010 that their 17-year marriage had come to an end.

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