Fey, Poehler ham it up
Which comedy duo do Globes co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler take after - Laurel and Hardy, Abbott and Costello, or Lucy and Ricky?
"I think the closest would be the Olsen Twins," Fey tells Entertainment Weekly. Her pal chimes in: "Because when we're next to each other, we like to hug each other a lot, like we're in the womb."
The pair plans to reform the kudosfest. "We're going to encourage people to go real long on their speeches," says Poehler. Says Fey, "Don't stop talking until you 'find it.' "
Look for a grand finale. "At one point, we're going to do some Pink-style aerial acrobatics," says Poehler.
Of marriage, kids, divorce
Taye Diggs and Idina Menzel, both 42, who met nearly 20 years ago as costars in the Broadway musical Rent, have separated a month shy of their 11th wedding anniversary, People reports. They have a 4-year-old son, Walker Nathaniel Diggs. . . . Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman are expecting a baby girl, their second, the actress has announced.
Still grieving Cory Monteith
"I really feel like I'm still trying to figure out all of this," Lea Michele on Thursday told Ellen DeGeneres of the death of her on- and off-screen lover, Cory Monteith, 31.
Lea says folks shouldn't be surprised she went back to work so soon after the tragedy.
"Going to work is no harder than being at home and being in the house and opening up a closet and seeing a pair of shoes," Lea, 27, says. "Grief goes with you every day, whatever you're doing."
Healthy grief can empower you, she says. "At a certain point, you can choose to sort of fall from this, or you can choose to rise."
Oprah: No children for me
Oprah Winfrey doesn't regret not having kids. "If I had kids, [they] would hate me," Oprah, 59, tells the Hollywood Reporter. "They would have ended up on the equivalent of the Oprah show talking about me." America's spiritual leader says she was the polar opposite of her BFF, Gayle King, who spent her teens fantasizing about having kids: "While she was having those kind of daydreams, I was having daydreams about how I could be Martin Luther King."