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Hoping to delight a crowd of A-listers and politicos alike, host Conan O'Brien and President Barack Obama took the stage at the White House Correspondents' Dinner at the Washington Hilton on Saturday (April 27).
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He’s the leader of the free world, and President Barack Obama has way too much on his plate to worry about celebrity travel itineraries.
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As Americans watched the horrific events unfold at Monday’s (April 15) Boston Marathon, celebrities took to Twitter to express their thoughts.
The annual race, which draws runners from all over the world, was held in memory of the teachers and students who passed away in December at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Just hours after Jay-Z dropped a new tune to address the negative press surrounding he and his wife Beyonce's recent trip to Cuba, the White House has released their own response to the song.
It was a sad day for Hollywood and film lovers everywhere as famed movie critic Roger Ebert passed away.
On Thursday (April 4), the 70-year-old Tinseltown legend lost his long battle with thyroid and salivary gland cancer.
Tending to his many duties, President Barack Obama made a trip to Miami, FL for a speaking engagement on Friday (March 29).
According to The Washington Post, Obama headed to the Sunshine State to visit a tunnel project at the Port of Miami to promote a series of proposals.
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With one of the social events of the season just a scant month away, celebs are returning their RSVP’s for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
Since President Obama took office, the light-hearted evening has become a can’t-miss event for politically active Hollywood stars.
Getting into the spirit and “going green,” celebrities of all kinds tweeted out their St. Patrick’s Day wishes and plans on Sunday (March 17).
Whether it be offering serious advice, such as Mariah Carey, who reminded followers to have a designated driver, or Conan O’Brien paying tribute to his heritage, everyone had something to say.
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