When it comes to his 28-year-old fiancee, Alec Baldwin is very protective.
He used Twitter to blast a New York newspaper for “crashing” yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas’ class.
He tweeted Monday: “Shame on the no-talent trash from the Daily News for invading the privacy of 75 people in a yoga class to take a picture of someone.”
Baldwin also posted the names of reporters at the class. He included a picture of one, and called her “nutty,” followed by a mild curse word.
Neil Patrick Harris will be back for his third turn hosting the Tony Awards.
Producers of the show announced Tuesday that the star of the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” and a stage veteran would be back at Manhattan’s Beacon Theatre for the ceremony honoring Broadway’s best. It will be broadcast on CBS on June 10.
Harris hosted the Tonys last year and in 2009, the same year he hosted the Emmy Awards. Harris will also serve as a producer.
Democratic leaders in Tennessee are sending actress Ashley Judd as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in September.
The Tennessean newspaper in Nashville reported that Judd is one of three delegates selected by party officials in Williamson County to serve in at-large positions at the convention.
Judd long has been outspoken on a variety of humanitarian and social-justice issues.
Relax, all you fans of David Letterman and Craig Ferguson. They’ll be staying put in late night awhile longer.
CBS announced Tuesday that Letterman and Ferguson have re-upped to keep hosting their shows, “The Late Show” and “The Late Late Show,” respectively, through 2014.
During the run of this agreement, Letterman will clinch his title as the longest-running late-night talk-show host in TV history, the network noted. He will surpass Johnny Carson’s record of a few months less than 30 years at NBC’s “Tonight Show.”