One Hollywood insider says the A-listers are avoiding the event because they get “pawed at” as “people act like a bunch of kids at the Kids’ Choice Award.” They may govern the free world’s leading nation and regulate the globe’s biggest economy, but when it comes to celebrities, Washingtonians […]
Apart from Robert De Niro, who is promoting a documentary on his artist father, there will only be a scattering of the usual high-wattage names at Saturday night’s edition of the annual event. A number of those involved with the dinner told the Washington Post this week that reduction in the number of celebrity guests is deliberate, reflecting a desire to put the evening’s focus back on the journalists who cover the White House.tweet
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