The Atlantic and NJ are putting the finishing touches on their White House Correspondents’ Dinner plans.
On Friday they’re hosting a “First Amendment” party with Funny or Die, which includes a live performance from Chris Rob, the pianist featured on Kanye West’s “Can’t Tell Me Nothin’.”
Here’s a partial list of guests for the dinner. More to come in the next week.
Maria Bello, Actress, Prime Suspect, Golden Globe-nominated for A History of Violence and The Cooler (pictured below)
Maria has also been an activist on behalf of women in Haiti, dating back before the earthquake.
Taylor Kitsch, Actor, Friday Night Lights (pictured below)
Ian Somerhalder, Actor, The Vampire Diaries and Lost (pictured above)
Nina Dobrev, Actress, The Vampire Diaries (pictured above)
Mike Farah, Producer, Funny or Die