Alec Baldwin‘s MSNBC show has been axed.
The actor’s show, Up Late with Alec Baldwin, was pulled from the line-up indefinitely, after allegations surfaced of Baldwin calling a paparazzo a “c**ksucking f*g.” The show was suspended on Nov. 15, but now it seems as though the show is not coming back at all.
The New York Post is reporting that Baldwin a spokesperson for the actor explained, “The show is not coming back. He had questions on whether he wanted to continue.”
MSNBC insists that it was a mutual decision.
“This is a mutual parting and we wish Alec all the best,” MSNBC said in a statement.
Weddings are supposed to peaceful and happy occasions. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case for former wrestler Hulk Hogan. Hogan married his fiancée, Jennifer McDaniel on Dec. 14 in Florida. Apparently, cops were called to the scene to break-up a fight between a paparazzo and a bodyguard.
The disruption occurred after one of Hogan’s security team members engaged in a few choice words with a photographer who was trying to take pictures of the couple.
Recording artist Adam Lambert was busy taking some much need R&R time with some of his friends on September 16, 2010. All seemed to be going well until one paparazzi decided to take some pictures of Lambert. Lambert took matters into his own hands and grabbed the man by the arm. The photographer looked like he was laughing as Lambert almost tackled him to the ground. One of Lambert’s friends did eventually pry Lambert off of the man. Pictures of the incident can be seen below.
Photo Credit: Bauer Griffin
No more “Where’s Waldo?” Seems as though the paparazzi and The National Enquirer finally got their man. The above picture is in fact Tiger Woods outside of the Gentle Path addiction rehabilitation center in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. No one knows how long Woods has been in the center at this point. At least all the rumors of his continued rendezvous can be put to bed.
Now maybe the media can lay off of him for a while and allow him to get the hep he so desperately needs.