It’s six days until politics and paparazzi come together to celebrate the 96th White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on April 30th, and the names of the A-list celebrity guests are filtering in.
The annual correspondent’s dinner at the Washington Hilton is a black-tie affair for 2600 of the most well known celebrities, politicos and journalists in America.
This year the comedian for the evening is Larry Wilmore, host of Comedy Central’s “Nightly Show.” Every year, the news organizations compete to bring the biggest and brightest stars to join their journalists for the evening’s festivities. USA Today is right at the top with their influential mix of actors, models and athletes.
John Wall, athlete, Washington Wizards
Kendall Jenner, model
Miles Teller, actor, “Divergent”
Wendi Mclendon-Covey, actress/comedian, “The Goldbergs”
Rosario Dawson, actress, “Daredevil”
Neve Campbell, actress, “House of Cards”