Alec Baldwin recently told Access Hollywood in an interview that he thought his ex-wife Kim Basinger is "one of the most beautiful women that ever lived."
The two were a celebrity couple in the 90s and divorced in 2002 with a much-publicized court battle in which they fought for custody of their daughter Ireland, now a 17-year-old model.
The former couple have put their differences aside now and Baldwin said even their divorce did not "muddy" his affection for the actress.
Alec Baldwin's name was recently added to the category of late night television hosts, after an executive involved in NBC's programming plans revealed that the Emmy winner is being considered for his own after-hours talk show.
Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria are expecting their first child, according to The Los Angeles Times. The star of the hit TV show 30 Rock, 54, married his yoga-instructor turned sweetheart on June 30 in New York City. Baldwin's wife confirmed the news on Extra, on which the 28-year-old serves as a lifestyle news correspondent.
The third and final 2012 Presidential debate took place on Monday, Oct. 22 in Boca Raton, Florida. President Obama squared off against challenger Gov. Mitt Romney that focused on foreign policy. The responses from celebrities on Twitter ranged from the serious to funny. "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest, NBC's Ann Curry, "The Voice" judge Adam Levine, E! host Giuliana Rancic and even fallen NFL star Chad Ochocinco weighed in. Check out what Hollywood stars tweeted to their many followers.
Ashton Kutcher is on top of the world. First, Ashton Kutcher replaced actor Charlie Sheen onscreen for the hit show "Two And A Half Men," and then he topped him again but off screen. Kutcher landed the no.1 spot on Forbes magazine's "Highest Paid Actor In TV List" beating Sheen who held the top spot last year. Kutcher landed the highly coveted nod less than two weeks after his girlfriend, actress Mila Kunis, was named "The Sexiest Woman Alive" by Esquire magazine. Forbes' estimated that Kutcher earned $24 million between May 2011 and May 2012