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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin Are Expecting Again!
Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin Pregnancy Announcement

Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin are expecting their second child together! Hilaria shared the news on New Year's Day, posting a photo of the couple's 16-month-old daughter, Carmen, touching Hilaria's tiny baby bump. She wrote, "The sun has set on 2014 and on my year of daily #hilariaypd ....2015 is going to be very exciting as we are thrilled to announce we are expecting another little addition to our family! (tadasana) #yogapostureoftheday." She later revealed that the couple is expecting a baby boy. This will be Alec's third child as he has a 19-year-old daughter, Ireland Baldwin, with ex-wife Kim Basinger. Alec and Hilaria, who is a yoga instructor, married in June 2012. Congratulations to the happy family!

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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin showed off yoga poses with their daughter, Carmen.
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Alec and Hilaria Baldwin showed off yoga poses with their daughter, Carmen.

Alec Baldwin gave Neil Patrick Harris a serious lift on the red carpet at Elton John's annual AIDS Foundation Benefit in NYC on Tuesday.
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Alec Baldwin gave Neil Patrick Harris a serious lift on the red carpet at Elton John's annual AIDS Foundation Benefit in NYC on Tuesday.

Alec Baldwin's hands were full with his wife Hilaria Baldwin's accessories and coat on the ABT Gala red carpet in NYC on Wednesday.
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Alec Baldwin's hands were full with his wife Hilaria Baldwin's accessories and coat on the ABT Gala red carpet in NYC on Wednesday.

Alec Baldwin picked up his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, on the red carpet at the Icon Magazine Awards in Madrid, Spain, on Wednesday.
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Alec Baldwin picked up his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, on the red carpet at the Icon Magazine Awards in Madrid, Spain, on Wednesday.

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Alec Baldwin Arrested in NYC
Alec Baldwin Arrested in NYC

Alec Baldwin was arrested in NYC on Tuesday after he was caught riding the wrong way down a Manhattan street on his bicycle. According to reports, police officers stopped the actor to give him a summons on Fifth Avenue. Alec wasn't carrying an ID (judging by photos, it looked like he was in workout gear) so the officers handcuffed him and brought him into police custody, which is NYPD policy.

This isn't Alec's first brush with the law. He was arrested back in 1995 after he allegedly assaulted a photographer.

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Don't Disobey Flight Attendant's Orders and Then Tweet About It
Don't Disobey Flight Attendant's Orders and Then Tweet About It
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Alec Baldwin launched a Twitter war with American Airlines after he was removed from a flight in 2011 when he refused to turn off his cellphone during takeoff. Apparently, Alec was playing Words With Friends and wanted to finish his match. He tweeted that the airline lacked "common sense, style, and service" and that flight attendants have made flying "a Greyhound bus experience." American Airlines responded by saying Alec was "extremely rude" to the flight crew and had called them "inappropriate names." Alec later deleted his Twitter account.

What Not to Do on Social Media, Brought to You by Celebrities
What Not to Do on Social Media, Brought to You by Celebrities

James Franco found out the hard way this week that nothing is private when it comes to social media. Of course, James isn't the only star who has run into trouble on Twitter or Instagram — everyone from Emma Roberts to Alec Baldwin has gotten into a social snafu, whether they caused it or not. Read on for the don'ts of social media, brought to you by the stars themselves.

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On Tuesday, Alec Baldwin played with a football on the set of Still Alice in NYC.
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On Tuesday, Alec Baldwin played with a football on the set of Still Alice in NYC.

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The actor offers some personal incite into divorce through his book A Promise to Ourselves ($25).

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13 Alec Baldwin Quotes You Need to Read to Believe
Alec Baldwin's New York Magazine Essay 2014

Alec Baldwin is done with American media, saying "good-bye" to public life in a New York Magazine cover story that came out on Sunday. Although 2013 had its exciting moments for Alec, including the arrival of a baby girl with his wife, Hilaria, it also brought some negative buzz for the actor. He made headlines after allegedly calling a paparazzo a "toxic little queen," he got caught up in a public feud with Shia LaBeouf, and critical press swirled after his MSNBC show was canceled. Addressing all those issues and more, Alec has, rather ironically, taken to the media to talk about why he's done with the media. With digs at Shia, Rachel Maddow, Anderson Cooper, and more, check out these 13 must-read quotes from Alec's essay to learn his position and what he plans to do next.

On allegations that he's homophobic: "Look, I work in show business. I am awash in gay people, as colleagues and as friends. I'm doing Rock of Ages one day, making out with Russell Brand. Soon after that, I'm advocating with Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Cynthia Nixon for marriage equality. I'm officiating at a gay friend's wedding. I'm not a homophobic person at all."

On missing 30 Rock: "I won every award you could win in television. I got paid well. And people loved 30 Rock. And I loved 30 Rock. . . . Eventually, it had to end. But I'll never have it that good again, professionally."

On working with Shia LaBeouf on Broadway's Orphans: "When he came to rehearsal, he was told it was important to memorize his lines. He took that to heart and learned all his lines in advance, even emailing me videos in which he read aloud his lines from the entire play. To prove he had put in the time."

On Shia calling him out in rehearsals: "You could tell right away he loves to argue. And one day he attacked me in front of everyone. He said, "You're slowing me down, and you don't know your lines. And if you don't say your lines, I'm just going to keep saying my lines."

On Shia's sense of entitlement: "I said one of us is going to go. I said, "I'll tell you what, I'll go." I said don't fire the kid, I'll quit. They said no, no, no, no, and they fired him. And I think he was shocked."

On what's wrong with MSNBC: "The problem with everybody on MSNBC is none of them are funny, although that doesn't prevent them from trying to be."

On Rachel Maddow: "I think Rachel Maddow is quite good at what she does. I also think she's a phony who doesn't have the same passion for the truth off-camera that she seems to have on the air."

On Phil Griffin, head of MSNBC: "All he wanted to talk about was Giants tickets, Super Bowl tickets, restaurants, movies."

On that "toxic little queen" quote and Anderson Cooper: "I ended up attacking a reporter who wrote in the Daily Mail online that my wife was tweeting from Jimmy's [James Gandolfini's] funeral. He was wrong — in fact, at a later time, she had retweeted items whose original time code matched the time of the funeral. In my rage, however, I called him a "toxic little queen," and, thus, Anderson Cooper, the self-appointed Jack Valenti of gay media culture, suggested I should be 'vilified,' in his words."

On closing off from the media: "I'm aware that it's ironic that I'm making this case in the media — but this is the last time I'm going to talk about my personal life in an American publication ever again."

On how the world is changing for the worse: "Broadway has changed, by my lights. The TV networks, too. New York has changed. Even the US, which is so preposterously judgmental now. The heart, the arteries of the country are now clogged with hate."

On what he wants and why he's leaving New York: "Everything I hated about LA I'm beginning to crave. LA is a place where you live behind a gate, you get in a car, your interaction with the public is minimal."

On leaving show business and remaining an actor: "I started out as an actor, where you seek to understand yourself using the words of great writers and collaborating with other creative people. Then I slid into show business, where you seek only an audience's approval, whether you deserve it or not. I think I want to go back to being an actor now."

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Ireland Baldwin shared this sweet photo with her dad, Alec, and new baby sister, Carmen.
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Ireland Baldwin shared this sweet photo with her dad, Alec, and new baby sister, Carmen.

Ireland Baldwin shared this sweet photo with her dad, Alec, and new baby sister, Carmen.
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Ireland Baldwin shared this sweet photo with her dad, Alec, and new baby sister, Carmen.

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Alec Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria, took their daughter around Madrid on Thursday.
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Alec Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria, took their daughter around Madrid on Thursday.

Liz and Jack, 30 Rock
Liz and Jack, 30 Rock
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The best thing about these two is that they are so vastly different yet can't help but be drawn to each other. Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) and Jack Donaghy (played by Alec Baldwin) start out as antagonists but quickly form an unbreakable bond. They look out for each other — like when Jack accompanies a nervous Liz to her high school reunion and when Liz takes the attention off an embarrassed Jack by dancing on stage in her bra at a company retreat. By the end of the series, they are close friends and confidants, with Jack even telling her, "Lemon, I honestly don't know what I'd do without you."

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Just Friends: TV's Best Platonic Pals
Just Friends: TV's Best Platonic Pals

Because of Valentine's Day, we've been celebrating onscreen couples that have dated, mated, or dealt with tons of sexual tension. On the flip side, though, there's something to be said for those small-screen pairs that are purely platonic. Even if they tested the waters of love or maybe shared a kiss at some point — we're looking at you, Joey and Phoebe — they inevitably decided to stay in the friend zone. From Clarissa and Sam to Liz and Jack, keep reading to see our favorite onscreen pairs that are better off as just friends.

— Additional reporting by Shannon Vestal, Ryan Roschke, and Maggie Pehanick

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