The radiant chemistry of Kirstie Alley and John Travolta in the Look Who’s Talking trilogy was not limited to the ’90s rom-com franchise. Thirty years after the film’s release, Ellie will appear at the premiere of Travolta’s 2018 film The Fanatic. On the red carpet at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, Travolta called Ellie his “soul mate.” Us weekly. When asked about the possibility of them reuniting for a proposed reboot of the ’90s franchise (via Term), Travolta commented that he would only do it if his co-star was a part of it, saying, “It’s been 30 years. [since ‘Look Who’s Talking’] … I would do anything with Kirsty. So let’s see what happens.” Ellie’s feelings for Travolta were even deeper, as she revealed in a 2018 episode. Celebrity Big Brother UK. “I almost ran away and married John,” she admits. “I loved him. I still love him. If I didn’t [have] If I were married, I would go and marry him.”
Upon learning of Ellie’s d*ath, Travolta was understandably heartbroken, to say the least. The star of “Pulp Fiction” went to social media to pay tribute to his dear co-star by writing, “Kirsty had one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had. I love you Kirsty. I know we’ll see each other again.” While we never dream of a John Travolta and Kirstie Alley reunion, their work on Look Who’s Talking will live on as a testament to their love for each other.
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