“DWTS” Pros Are Married -
Emma Slater and Sasha Farber have made it official.
The “Dancing With The Stars” pros, who got engaged on live TV in 2016, exchanged vows over the weekend. The ceremony was at Blanca Event Center yesterday, but they took “first look” photos at the Houdini Estate.
Keo Motsepe, Sharna Burgess, Julianne Hough and husband Brooks Laich, Nick and Vanessa Lachey, Drew Scott, and Cheryl Burke were among the wedding guests.
Source: E! News
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.
Talk About It:
- They deserve to be paid like they have one of the biggest shows, because they do.
- That is some serious bank for teenagers.
- Between Stranger Things and the Verizon Fios commercials, Gaten Matarazzo is doing pretty well for himself.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARCH 26
Kenny Chesney, country star (50)
Jennifer Grey, Dirty Dancing star (58)
Martin Short, comedian and actor (68)
Vicki Lawrence, TV star (69)
Steven Tyler, Aerosmith singer (70)
Diana Ross, singer (74)
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 Panther slipped 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 Soderberghthriller Unsane was 11th with $3.9 million.
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).
Carson Daily Reveals How He Deals With His Anxiety Disorder -
Millions of people deal with panic and anxiety every day, and celebrities are among them.
Carson Daily recently opened up about battling panic attacks. He says the first happened while hosting “Total Request Live” on MTV. He had no idea what was going on, but has since found something that works to control them
The “Today Show” member and “The Voice” host uses muscle retention and relaxation. If you have anxiety or panic attacks, try these steps:
- Put your arms out in front of you.
- Tighten your hands into fists, and clench your arm muscles from your forearm up to your biceps.
- Squeeze as hard as you can, like you're lifting a weight, for five to 10 seconds.
- Then release the tension.
If you aren’t sure your symptoms are regular stress or an anxiety disorder here’s a clue: if it’s debilitating, it’s a disorder. It’s best to talk with a professional to help get a handle on it.
“Frozen” Trailer Shows Off Broadway Talents -
We now have a first glimpse of the Broadway version of “Frozen.”
Disney Theatrical released a trailer for the show, which opened on Thursday. Cassie Levy is Elsa and Patti Murin plays Anna. The clip gives you a look at how the production handles portraying Olaf and Sven.
See for yourself! Tickets for “Frozen the Musical” are still available.