Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will return to be hosts of the Golden Globes. Possibly forever. (REUTERS/Mike Blake)

Brief news from elsewhere:

NBC knows not to let go of a hit show. After rave reviews last year, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be back to host the 2014 Golden Globe Awards — as well as the year after that. The celebrity BFFs charmed the audience at the ceremony in January; our favorite is still that vicious James Cameron  joke. (Deadline)

So brave! Liza Minnelli performed a concert while nursing a broken wrist on Monday. No word on how she sustained the injury, just that it was somehow broken in three places while rehearsing at home — which raises more questions than answers. (AP)

Ivanka Trump, who stepped out in D.C. last month looking very pregnant, tweeted that she and husband Jared Kushner have just welcomed a baby boy. Second child for the couple; sixth grandchild for Donald Trump. (People)

Oh, Britain, turning a serious literary award into a betting game. The very prestigious Booker Prize for fiction ($80,000) will be announced Tuesday in the U.K., and oddsmakers favor Jim Crace’s “Harvest” and Eleanor Catton’s “The Luminaries.” (UPDATE:  The oddsmakers were right: Catton took home the prize.) (AP)

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