These are the five pop-culture things to know this evening.
People are congratulating Channing Dungey, the president of ABC Entertainment, for canceling Rosanne Barr’s namesake show.
Melania Trump's spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, encouraged "the media to attempt to Be Best in their own professions.”
Despite initial backlash, Amy Schumer’s film “I Feel Pretty” has received a warm welcome. The film’s plot centers around a woman named Renee Barrett (played by Schumer) who is insecure about her appearance until she bumps her head in SoulCyle class and wakes up believing she’s gorgeous. In February, when the trailer for the film was released, people blasted the notion that Schumer — a white, blonde woman — could in any way be marginalized for her appearance and rejected the idea that brain damage is the only way women could love their bodies.
The first lady delivered Easter baskets to a Florida children's hospital in a belted dress by outspoken designer Adam Lippes.
"A Wrinkle in Time" makeup artist Derrick Rutledge took to his Instagram to reveal how he created one of the iconic makeup looks on Oprah, aka Mrs. Which, for the film.
So is Oprah this kid's actual fairy godmother? SEE ALSO: Stephen Colbert tried divine intervention to convince Oprah to run for president Minday Kaling was a guest in The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night. She thanked Colbert for a present he and his wife sent for her new 2-month-old — a set of baby clothes. However, Kaling revealed that all gifts pale in comparison to the present her Wrinkle in Time co-star Oprah sent. Namely, an ornate wooden bookcase in the shape of a castle, packed with children's literature and each book inscribed with "Katherine's Book Club."
Some on social media pointed out similarities between #TimesUp, the women’s rights movement to stop sexual harassment, and the NRA's "Your time's running out," a campaign that seemingly promotes gun ownership, in the aftermath of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Not everything that happens on a Monday is mundane and dreary, and this week's "A Wrinkle in Time" premiere in Los Angeles is living proof. All of your faves were there, and they looked damn good: Future President Oprah herself in a fitted navy sheath dress; Janelle Monáe in a fuchsia Wolk Marias ...
As celebrities pour money into the gun control cause, Parkland students are wary that Hollywood support may co-opt the cause and make some things more difficult.
President Trump was fuming after Oprah Winfrey talked to voters on '60 Minutes,' and Oprah nation is standing up.
Ava DuVernay, the director of the upcoming Disney movie, marveled via Twitter on Wednesday that she had Barbies as a child but "never had any like these."