Kirstie Alley

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Kirstie Alley loves poking fun at her ever-shifting weight. But this might be a little much—in a literal sense.

The erstwhile Cheers star and Dancing With the Stars hoofer photoshopped her head onto the body of a very obese woman in a bikini and posted it Sunday on her Twitter page.

"I was getting too skinny so last week I started drinking beer," she tweeted, before adding: "Or does...this picnic table males' butt look big?"

Oh, Kirstie!

The twitpic ended up garnering quite the response from some of her followers.

"@kirstiealley What a beautiful lawn!" tweeted her former Veronica's Closet costar Dan Cortese in reply.

"@kirstiealley Imfao!!! Love it!," raved Christina Scoleri from VH1's Mob Wives Chicago.

Another fan, meanwhile, couldn't resist sending her his own mockup, which the thesp retweeted, showing an image of her head grafted onto the body of an ultra-thin bikini model.

"@kirstiealley I don't mean disrespect but I think I'm better at photoshopping than u…and green suits u better."

Alley, of course, has for years been the subject of tabloid scrutiny for her various diet schemes. In fact, just a couple years ago, she weighed in at a hefty 230 pounds before eventually dropping 100 pounds, partly thanks to her stint on DWTS.

That prompted her to headline her own semi-scripted reality series about her struggles, Kirstie Alley's Big Life, which aired on A&E, as well as launch Organic Liaison, her own weight-loss program, which she hawks on her website and on QVC.

What do you think? Did Kirstie go overboard or was the photoshopped pic all in good fun?

While we're at it, check out these celeb diet tips for shedding the baby weight

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