"Hi! Wanted 2 tell u Alec & Hilaria getting married. 9p, BYOB, 4 Seas, Bev Hills, c u there don't tell papz," is maybe not such a far-fetched version of the actual wedding invitation Alec Baldwin and Hilaria will text to friends and family. According to The Post, the couple hopes to evade paparazzi by texting guests on the day of the wedding rather than sending out invitations.
Ostensibly there to promote the new Woody Allen film To Rome With Love, Alec Baldwin used an appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman tonight to tell his side of his recent scuffle with a paparazzo.
Alec Baldwin, a famous adult who has been famous for an estimated 44 percent of the time he's spent on this earth, is tired of the paparazzi who take photographs of him and, by extension, the "political opposition" inherent to the media that distort stories such as Alec Baldwin allegedly punching a member of the paparazzi who attempted to take a photo of him, and so Alec Baldwin hid under a blanket yesterday to avoid getting photographed by a member of the paparazzi.
Last night, 30 Rock aired its second live episode and it was both funny and ambitious. Mixed into the show's main plot was a string of sketches that charted the history of television and worked as an homage to live TV. The clip above features a few of those sketches, including great parodies of the Honeymooners, Amos and Andy, and Laugh In as well the work of guest star Jon Hamm.
Surely I'm not the only one who has jokingly replaced my surname with Alec Baldwin's — you know, just to see how it sounds. But Baldwin's stalker Genevieve Sabourin sent him "a series of annoying and unsolicited communications" that likely turned him off to any potential marriage, even though she went ahead and took his name.
The perpetually opining eldest Baldwin brother proposed to 28-year-old girlfriend, Hilaria Thomas just before his 54th birthday this weekend. Thomas is the sexxxy Spanish yoga instructor to Baldwin's rich, handsome, celebrity, because sometimes life happens exactly the way you think it will. The couple has yet to set a date but we wish them well.
Thrown off a plane. Subject to a proposed boycott. And now this, a final humiliating insult to Alec Baldwin, for playing an iOS app when he shouldn't have: The Federal Aviation Administration says the actor's airline nemeses can use iPads in flight, even while prohibiting Baldwin from doing the same thing.
Alec Baldwin may not be running for office, but he may yet affect policy decisions, God help us. The comically volcanic actor is now explaining at length his ejection from an American Airlines flight, and throwing in his lot with the nerds trying to liberate gadgets from aviation regulations: He blames his removal, in part, on "questionable guidelines" governing devices like his iPhone.
Saturday Night Live opened its 37th season tonight with a parody of Thursday's Fox News/Google Republican presidential debate. Despite being too long and wrought with cliche—Newt Gingrich has a huge head! Michele Bachmann's eyes are crazy!—the sketch managed to work thanks to Bill Hader as debate moderator Shep Smith and Alec Baldwin as the same confused, babbling version of Rick Perry that showed up to the real thing. A video of highlights is above; the full sketch is viewable here.