After months of parodying the new president on "Saturday Night Live," Alec Baldwin is going to have to deal with some laughs at his own expense.
Spike TV has announced that it is gathering a group of the actor's friends and colleagues to both honor and roast him in an upcoming "One Night Only" special. The event is described as "a night of comedic tributes," and will be a black-tie affair attended by big names in the entertainment world. As the guest of honor, Baldwin will be present as well -- hopefully with a thick skin.
We don't know yet who will be on hand to tease and pay tribute to him, but the actor has had plenty of high-profile co-stars over the years. He starred in the TV series "30 Rock" alongside Tina Fey and Tracy Morgan, plus notable films like "The Departed," "Aviator," and more. It's bound to be a good show.
"One Night Only: Alec Baldwin" will be taped on Sunday, June 25 at the Apollo Theater in New York City, and will then air on Sunday, July 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.