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Tina Fey is pregnant; Alec Baldwin backpedals on '30 Rock' demise

April 7, 2011 | 10:52 am

Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin of "30 Rock" Tina Fey is five months pregnant, she revealed Wednesday while taping an interview for "The Oprah Winfrey Show," set to air next week.

Fey, 40, and husband Jeff Richmond married in 2001 and have one daughter together, 5-year-old Alice. Among other things, Richmond is a composer for "30 Rock."

Fey says in her new book "Bossypants," which came out Tuesday and was recently excerpted in the New Yorker, that the second-rudest question you can ask a woman is, "Are you going to have more kids?"

Guess she won't have to answer that one again for a while. Though ... Steve Martin will interview Fey live onstage at the Nokia Theatre on April 19. Someone should warn him not to ask her how she juggles it all.

The "Oprah" episode featuring the "30 Rock" star will air April 12. And speaking of "30 Rock": You know how Alec Baldwin told New York magazine this week that "our show next year is our last year of the show"? Seems that by "our last year" Baldwin actually meant "my last year" -- either that or he was reminded that he really should have said "my last year."

"Gosh," Baldwin wrote Thursday at the Huffington Post. "I want to take the opportunity to state that although my days on network TV may be numbered, I hope '30 Rock' goes on forever. Or at least as long as everyone involved desires."

Sounds as if someone involved definitely desires. Hey, if "The Office" can go on without Fey's "Date Night" costar Steve Carell, "30 Rock" should be just fine without Baldwin, right?

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-- Christie D'Zurilla

Photo: Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 30, 2011. Credit: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times

 

 

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