- - Tuesday, April 3, 2012

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.”

Mr. 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.

The actor celebrated his 54th birthday Tuesday. He popped the question last weekend.

The Daily News had no immediate response to comment requests Tuesday.

Ashley Judd to be Democratic convention delegate

Democratic leaders in Tennessee are sending actress Ashley Judd as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in September.

The Tennessean newspaper in Nashville reports that Miss Judd is one of three delegates selected by party officials in Williamson County to serve in at-large positions at the convention. Miss Judd has been outspoken on a variety of humanitarian and social justice issues and has supported local Democratic candidates in the past.

Miss Judd will join delegates from all 50 states at the convention to discuss the party’s platform and formally nominate President Obama as the party’s candidate.

The convention will be held in Charlotte, N.C., during the first week of September.

Beatles’ children could form band, says McCartney’s son

A fresh wave of Beatlemania could sweep the world after Paul McCartney’s son said four of the legendary British rock group’s children were considering setting up a band together.

James McCartney told the BBC website that he and John Lennon’s son Sean, George Harrison’s son Dhani and Ringo Starr’s son Zak Starkey had mooted the idea of forming “The Beatles - The Next Generation.”

“I’d be up for it,” said the 34-year-old, who is launching a solo career as a singer and guitarist. “Sean seemed to be into it, Dhani seemed to be into it.”

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