Film and television's off-screen friends and frequent
By Michaela Sinclair
Special to MSN TV
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will make history by
reuniting onstage to co-host the Golden Globes, becoming
the awards show's first pair of female co-hosts. The two met when Poehler joined
the cast of "Saturday Night Live,"
where Fey was the head writer. Eventually a friendship formed, and they would go
on to co-anchor "Weekend Update" on "SNL" and then star together in the
comedy films "Mean Girls" and "Baby Mama."
We're thrilled that two of Hollywood's most successful and hilarious women
have the honor of hosting the Golden Globes. As we wait for what will prove to
be a night of many laughs, we take a look at other dynamic duos who are
off-screen friends and frequent film and television collaborators.
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