ZACH GALIFIANAKIS: Zach Galifianakis married his girlfriend Quinn Lundberg Saturday in Vancouver, Canada, a source close to the couple told UsMagazine.com Monday.
Galifianakis, 42, is the star of the current comedy release "The Campaign" and a member of the ensemble of "The Hangover" movies.
Lundberg, 29, is co-founder of the charity Growing Voices. The organization said on its Web site it is "an online forum dedicated to supporting community-based projects and organizations that encourage development and reconstruction at the local level."
"The wedding ceremony was held at UBC Farm at 4 p.m.," the insider told UsMagazine.com. "It was super private and intimate and only lasted about 30 minutes -- everyone was out by 5 p.m."
The source said a reception was held at a restaurant after the ceremony, but offered no details about the party such as exactly where it was or who attended.
SEAN HAYES: Emmy Award-winning actor Sean Hayes is booked to guest star in a multi-episode arc on the Broadway-themed drama series "Smash," NBC said Monday.
The gig will reunite Hayes with his former "Will & Grace" cast member, "Smash" regular Debra Messing.
Hayes will play Terrence Falls, a comedic television and film star making his Broadway debut in the musical "Liaisons," based on the novel "Les Liaisons Dangereuses."
"Due to a series of comic circumstances, he becomes a major thorn in the side for Ivy Lynn -- [played by Megan Hilty] and other characters," a synopsis said.
ALANIS MORISSETTE: Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette has announced plans for a North American concert tour to support her new album, "Havoc and Bright Lights."
The CD is due out Aug. 28.
Her Guardian Angel Tour 2012 is to kick off Aug. 25 in Montclair, N.J., and will showcase songs off her forthcoming album, including the current hit "Guardian," as well as classics from her previous releases, record label Collective Sounds said Monday.
"The songs from the last 17 years are blending together like great friends. Thankfully, there is a timelessness in their content and passion, for me. The show covers the gamut of every chord choice and every emotion I have ever felt. I am spent afterwards, happily so. I am thrilled to be able to play and tour with my family, blending my personal and artistic fulfillment into one sweaty, feisty, expressed, communal traveling circus," Morissette said in a statement. "I look forward to connecting with everyone face to face, as well as through the many social networks of this exciting new climate."
NENE LEAKES: NeNe Leakes and Robert Ulrich will serve as hosts of "The Glee Project Live Reunion," U.S. cable network Oxygen announced Monday.
The special will air on Oxygen.com directly after the Season 2 winner is crowned Tuesday.
Leakes is best known for her appearances on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" and "Glee."
Ulrich is an on-air mentor and casting director for "The Glee Project."
Also making a special appearance during the live reunion will be the cast from Oxygen's new dance series "All the Right Moves."
The winner of "The Glee Project" will be featured in a seven-episode arc on the musical dramedy series "Glee."
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