They're both correct, but "there is" is more informal. A Google search shows that in written Internet English, both are common, with "there's" and "there is" slightly more frequent than "there are/there're."

In spoken language I would say (without hard data, of course) that the form with "there's" or "there is" is more common.

Marilyn Martin

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