The Dish for March 26th

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KIM KARDASHIAN, PAUL McCARTNEY: Among Stars at March for Our Lives Rallies


George Clooney, Amy Schumer, Jimmy Fallon, Kim Kardashian and Paul McCartney were among the stars who attended the March for Our Lives rallies across the country Saturday.

Miley Cyrus sang “The Climb” at the event in Washington, D.C. Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande also performed. 

Kim K tweeted that she, Kanye West and daughter North hit the streets of D.C. She wrote, “I’m so happy I got to share this moment with these two. I hope North remembers this forever.”

At the New York rally, Paul McCartney wore a T-shirt reading "We can end gun violence" and remembered John Lennon, who was shot to death in 1980.


STRANGER THINGS: Cast Gets Paid


The cast of Stranger Things celebrated their "Favorite TV Show" win at the Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday, but they have thousands of other reasons to be celebrating.

The young cast has renegotiated their contracts and have received a huge raise for the Netflix show's third season. TMZ has obtained documents showing that 15-year-old Gaten Matarazzo and his co-stars were initially contracted to receive about $17,000 per episode for the upcoming season. But after renegotiating, that number has jumped to more than $200,000 per episode. 


TV LISTINGS


Monday, March 26th

TALK SHOWS:

  • Jimmy Fallon (repeat) has Chadwick Boseman, Marlon Wayans, Mike "Rooster" McConaughey, Butch Gilliam, Devin Dawson
  • Stephen Colbert has actor Sean Penn, Sara Gilbert (Roseanne), music by Bishop Briggs
  • Jimmy Kimmel (repeat) has Charlize Theron, Josh Duhamel, Lord Huron 
  • James Corden has actor Zachary Quinto, actor Rupert Friend, actress Zoey Deutch, music by Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite
  • Seth Meyers (repeat) has Billy Eichner, China Anne McClain & Nafessa Williams, Bedouine, Alan Cage
  • Conan O'Brien has Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley), Ta'Rhonda Jones (Empire)
  • Ellen DeGeneres (repeat) has Drew Barrymore
  • Live With Kelly and Ryan has late-night host James Corden, Danai Gurira (The Walking Dead), music by Rita Ora
  • Watch What Happens: Live has actors Jeff Goldblum and Alan Cumming
  • The View has Tyler Perry (Acrimony), Taraji P. Henson (Acrimony)
  • The Talk, with guest co-host Mark McGrath, has actor Burt Reynolds, Olivia Cooke(Ready Player One), Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One), Lena Waithe (Ready Player One)

PRIMETIME:

  • American Idol Singers perform for the judges in hopes of making it through to the showcase round. (ABC)
  • The Good Doctor (season finale) The team must find the truth behind a college student's injuries before his condition worsens. (ABC)
  • Kevin Can Wait Vanessa thinks she's friendless when no one is available to join her for dinner on her birthday. (CBS)
  • Man With a Plan When Andi's parents decide to visit them for Easter, Adam and Andi have to keep the peace between both sets of parents.
  • Superior Donuts Franco's girlfriend begins to wonder if he still has feelings for Sofia when he turns to her for advice. (CBS)
  • Living Biblically Chip tries to find a loophole to "honoring thy father" when his overbearing dad surprises with a visit. (CBS)
  • The Voice The battle round continues and the coaches enlist the help of top recording artists as advisers. (NBC)
  • Good Girls Beth struggles to keep her new business separate from her home life; Ruby doubles down on her lies. (NBC)
  • Lucifer When Maze is the prime suspect in a murder, Lucifer and Chloe enter the world of bounty hunting to investigate. (FOX)
  • The Resident Conrad's ex-fiancée is admitted to the hospital with abdominal pain. (FOX) 
  • DC's Legends of Tomorrow When Ava disappears, Sara and Ray set out to find her after some prodding from Time Bureau agent Gary and a disturbing truth about Ava. (CW)
  • iZombie While tracking the murder of a hockey player, Liv stumbles onto Chase Graves’ evil plan. (CW)

All listings are subject to change.


KIDS' CHOICE AWARDS: Jumanji, Stranger Things Win Top Prizes


Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was named favorite movie and Stranger Things won favorite TV show at the Kids’ Choice Awards Saturday on Nickelodeon.

Dwayne Johnson, Zendaya, Jace Norman and Millie Bobby Brown took home the acting trophies. In the music categories, the winners were Fifth Harmony (Favorite Music Group), Shawn Mendes (Favorite Male Artist), Demi Lovato (Favorite Female Artist), Ed Sheeran (Favorite Song) and Camila Cabello (Favorite Breakout Artist).

Show highlights included host John Cena dancing with Backpack Kid in the intro and N.E.R.D. performing their song "Lemon" with a group of young dancers.

Slime victims included Heidi Klum and Mel B, Shawn Mendes and Cena.

Millie Bobby Brown supported the March for Our Lives rally by wearing a shirt with the names of the 17 victims of the Parkland, Florida shooting. In her acceptance speech, she said, "For the angels among us, your spirit lives on. This is for you." Cena and Zendaya also saluted the March for Our Lives protesters.

WINNERS LIST:

FILM:

Favorite Movie: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Favorite Movie Actor: Dwayne Johnson (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle)

Favorite Movie Actress: Zendaya (The Greatest Showman, Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Favorite Animated Movie: Coco

MUSIC:

Favorite Music Group: Fifth Harmony

Favorite Male Artist: Shawn Mendes

Favorite Female Artist: Demi Lovato

Favorite Song: “Shape of You” (Ed Sheeran)

Favorite Breakout Artist: Camila Cabello

Favorite Global Music Star: ASIA: BTS

TELEVISION:

Favorite TV Show: Stranger Things

Favorite Cartoon: SpongeBob SquarePants

Favorite TV Actor: Jace Norman (Henry Danger)

Favorite TV Actress: Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things)

OTHER CATEGORIES:

Favorite Funny YouTube Creator: Liza Koshy

Favorite Musical YouTube Creator: JoJo Siwa

Favorite Instagram Pet: Jiffpom

Favorite Dance Trend: Backpack Kid

Favorite Video Game: Just Dance 2018

   

BOX-OFFICE REPORT   


1. Pacific Rim Uprising - $28 million

2. Black Panther - $16.7 million

3. I Can Only Imagine - $13.8 million

4. Sherlock Gnomes - $10.6 million

5. Tomb Raider - $10.4 million

Pacific Rim Uprising has ended Black Panther's reign atop the box office. The action sequel earned $28 million to open at number-one. After five weekends at the top, Black Pantherslipped to second with $16.7 million. The Marvel flick has now earned $630.9 million, making it the highest-grossing domestic superhero movie of all time.

The faith-based drama I Can Only Imagine remained in third with $13.8 million.

Sherlock Gnomes debuted in third with $10.6 million, and Tomb Raider dropped from second to fifth with $10.4 million.

The weekend's other new releases landed well out of the Top 5. Paul, Apostle of Christ was eight with $5 million, the Bella Thorne romance Midnight Sun was 10th with $4.1, and the Steven Soderbergh thriller Unsane was 11th with $3.9 million.


SHAWN MENDES: Wins Two at Canada's Juno Awards


Shawn Mendes was one of the top winners at Canada's equivalent of the Grammys, the Juno Awards, which took place over two days in Vancouver this weekend.

Mendes, who didn't attend, won Single of the Year for "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" plus the Fan Choice Award, besting such contenders as Justin Bieber, The Weeknd and Alessia Cara. Electro-pop artist Lights won Pop Album of the Year for her Skin and Earth.

Michael Bublé hosted the show, sang a duet with Diana Krall and revealed during the opening segment that he and his his wife, Luisana Lopilato, are expecting their third child.

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