TINA FEY and AMY POEHLER: Comediennes Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are to serve as co-hosts of the 70th Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles, organizers announced Monday.
The ceremony honoring 2012's best in film and television is to take place Jan. 13.
Fey and Poehler previously worked together on the sketch comedy show "Saturday Night Live," as well as on the films "Mean Girls" and "Baby Mama."
SCARLETT JOHANSSON: Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson has ended her year-long romance with advertising executive Nate Naylor, UsMagazine.com said Monday.
The couple broke up within the last week, the celebrity news website said without giving a reason.
Johansson divorced actor Ryan Reynolds in late 2011 after nearly three years of marriage.
Reynolds wed actress Blake Lively last month after less than a year of dating.
'THE BACHELORETTE': U.S. television network ABC says it plans to air the wedding of "The Bachelorette" stars Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum this December.
The couple got engaged in Fiji on the dating competition series in August 2010.
Chris Harrison will serve as host of "The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.'s Wedding."
The program will "let viewers in on all the exciting festivities -- from her dress fitting for her dazzling custom-made gown to Ashley and J.P. planning the big day with their wedding planner," ABC said in a news release. "Then it's on to their bachelor and bachelorette parties, and the next stage of their romantic journey with a beautiful wedding ceremony in the perfect location. Past 'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' couples, stars and participants [to be announced at a later date] will be on the guest list to help the couple celebrate, along with their families and friends."
'THE WALKING DEAD': About 10.9 million viewers tuned in for Sunday night's Season 3 premiere of the American zombie drama "The Walking Dead," AMC announced Monday.
The cable network called it the "biggest telecast for any drama series in basic cable history among all viewers."
"Thank you to the fans for making 'The Walking Dead' such a tremendous success. We are honored and humbled that television's largest adult audience resides on AMC. So many people on both sides of the camera worked tirelessly on this project, and I thank and congratulate each of them for their amazing contribution," Charlie Collier, president of AMC, said in a statement.
The show stars Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus as leaders of a small band of survivors on the run from flesh-eating zombies.