In an interview, Alec Baldwin says activists from the gay advocacy group GLAAD are to blame for MSNBC’s decision to can his talk show.
MSNBC and Alec Baldwin say they are ending the actor’s talk show, which was suspended for two weeks after the actor used an anti-gay slur against a photographer in a New York City street.
Alec Baldwin jokingly professed his love for a man as he tried to ease the backlash triggered by an Internet clip that captured him berating a photographer with what sounded like a gay slur.
By Greg Gilman Alec Baldwin has addressed two issues surrounding his most recent round of controversy involving his big mouth and the paparazzi: He “never used the word f—-t” and his MSNBC show might not ever come back on the air, at all. On Saturday, the morning after MSNBC decided to suspend “Up Late with […]
By Tim Kenneally Alec Baldwin’s MSNBC show “Up Late With Alec Baldwin” has been suspended after a tumultuous two days, during which the former “30 Rock” star uttered a homophobic slur at a photographer and had other run-ins with the paparazzi. “Up Late,” which airs Friday nights, will be pulled from the network’s schedule tonight […]
Alec Baldwin’s rumored talk show for MSNBC became a reality Thursday with the announcement that the movie actor and TV sitcom star has indeed made a deal for his own show. Details …