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Rivers is captured on camera making comments on Baldwin, who recently made headlines because he launched anti-gay slur, using a string of racial and gay epithets.
The network and the 55-year-old actor have decided not to continue with 'Up Late' after the recent gay slur controversy.
During a tech conference in San Fransisco, the '30 Rock' alum makes the joke in attempt to defuse the controversy over the words 'c**ksucking f*g' he used when berating a paparazzo last week.
Ireland defends her father in several Twitter posts, saying, 'For someone who has battled with anger management issues, my dad has grown tremendously.'
The former '30 Rock' star says he understands that his 'Up Late' show will be yanked off the air for two weeks, apologizing to his colleagues 'for distracting from their good work.'
Baldwin is captured on camera screaming at a female reporter and asking police to arrest her during his latest unwanted encounter with paparazzi.
A woman who is accused of stalking Baldwin, Genevieve Sabourin, is sentenced to 180 days in jail plus the 30 days for repeatedly yelling during court proceedings.
Genevieve Sabourin, who is accused of stalking Baldwin, gets a contempt of court citation and 30-day jail term after she repeatedly interrupts the proceedings.
Baldwin wipes away a tear as he tells the court that the alleged stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, ruined his engagement day with his now-wife Hilaria Thomas.
The 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker gives Edward Norton her three hosting rules that include tongue-out gesture, while the '30 Rock' actor lectures the host on how to give a best take.
The yoga teacher hurt her ankle as she was being run after by photographers in New York City on Thursday.
The Emmy-winning actor will discuss current events and culture on 'Up Late With Alec Baldwin' set to debut in October.
The '30 Rock' star hopes baby Carmen looks like her beautiful mother, jokingly saying, 'What a waste of time it would be to marry a woman like that and have the kid look like me.'
The '30 Rock' actor promotes a golfing documentary at the Hamptons International Film Festival with the mother of his second daughter by his side.
The Dennis Dupree of 'Rock of Ages' is pictured tackling a male photographer when his warning is ignored.