A morning mix of entertainment headlines . . .

Swift, discussing her new album. (Theron Kirkman/AP)

Taylor Swift announced during a live YouTube chat that she will release her next album, “Red,” on Oct. 22. Of the emotions expressed on the album, she said: “They’re all pretty much about the kind of tumultuous, crazy, insane, intense, semi-toxic relationships that I’ve experienced in the last two years,” adding that there’s “nothing beige” about any of the emotions expressed in her new music. She also shared the first single, called, as you probably already guessed, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” (Associated Press)

Zach Galifianakis married longtime girlfriend Quinn Lundberg over the weekend. The intimate wedding was reportedly held in Vancouver. (Us Weekly)

Kenny G has reportedly filed for divorce from his wife of 20 years, Balynda Helene Benson-Gorelick. Hope he’s okay and not sitting at home alone, listening to smooth jazz. (People)

Kristin Chenoweth, who has been recovering from a head injury that occurred last month on the set of “The Good Wife,” announced she will not return to the show. She was supposed to play a political reporter in several episodes. (TV Column)

Keanu Reeves has revealed some key plot points from the third ”Bill & Ted’s” movie, which is seriously happening. He tells GQ the movie is about Bill and Ted’s attempt to “write the greatest song ever written and to change the world,” which, of course, means they have to travel into the future. He doesn’t mention a trip to the Circle K, but we assume that’s a given. (GQ)

Concerns about the fourth season of “ Glee ” immediately turned into a state of “Oh. No.” upon hearing this news: “Call Me Maybe” will be performed in the first episode of the season. Will Rachel and Finn sing it to each other? Or perhaps Kurt and Blaine? And is there any way that this song will seem original and fresh when it shows up in September, 870 lip dubs too late? (Entertainment Weekly)

For some reason, ice cream was a big thing on Monday’s late-night talk shows. In addition to Robert Pattinson’s “Daily Show” discussion with Jon Stewart over Ben & Jerry’s, David Duchovny and Jimmy Kimmel had an intense conversation about Carvel.

In an inevitable Internet development, there is not one but two Paul Ryan Gosling memes floating around out there. Personally, I look forward to the next phase of Paul Ryan celebrity memes: Aaron Paul Ryan, which features the candidate peppering his campaign speeches with shouts of “Yeah, b----! Magnets!” (Style Blog)