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Celebrities, journalists and politicians have descended at the Washington Hilton on Saturday to attend the 2022 White House Correspondents Dinner, which returns after being canceled two years in a row due to the pandemic.
Among the biggest guests of the night include President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Pete Davidson, Martha Stewart and Academy Award-winning actor Michael Keaton.
The White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner serves as a celebration that brings together big names under one roof to take part in jabs and roasts in the otherwise serious Capitol.
Kim Kardashian (right) and boyfriend Pete Davidson, of SNL fame, were hailed as the biggest stars attending the 2022 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner
Kim, who attended as a guest of ABC, worse a dazzling dress, while the comedian Davidson sported a black suit with sneakers and dark sunglasses
The reality TV star is likely to receive her share of roasts at the dinner as one of the most famous individuals in attendance
Actress Alicia Quarles (left) appeared on the red carpet in a stunning golden dress joined with conservative columnist Meghan McCain (right) in a sparkling black dress
Martha Stewart (pictured) is among the biggest celebrities attending the dinner. She was invited to come as a guest of DailyMail.com. Stewart wore a shining, white coat over a pitch-bark skirt while on the red carpet
American film director and actor Mario Van Peebles (left) was pictured with actor Chris Tucker
Civil Rights attorney Benjamin Crump (left) attended with the Reverend Al Sharpton
Crump, who represented the families of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, posed with the ‘Black Power’ handsign on the red carpet
CNN’s Jake Tapper was among the most notable newscasters at the event. He is pictured in a black suit with his wife, Jennifer Marie Brown
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel (right) was at the event with his wife, supermodel Miranda Kerr White. Spiegel wore a black suit while white showed off a pink dress and diamond necklace
Broadway actress Judith Light appeared with stunning black-and-white floral patterned skirt
Gen. John W. Raymond, chief of Space Operation for the United States Space Force, was among the heads of the Biden administration attending the dinner
Power couple Jennifer Ashton (left), of ABC’s Good Morning America, and Tom Werner, chairman of both Liverpool Football Club and the Boston Red Sox also attended the event
American singer JC Chasez (left) was seen at the event with girlfriend Jennifer Huyoung. The songwriter wore a white-top suit with Huyoung sporting a black dress
Comedian Roy Wood Jr. also came down and will likely be supporting his former boss, Trevor Noah, who will be the first jokester to headline the event since 2018
For years, comedians have poked fun at political leaders and journalists alike at the Correspondents’ dinner. Previous hosts have included Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Meyers.
The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah was the first comedian to headline the event since Michelle Wolf in 2018, when she sparked controversy with jokes about the Trump administration.
The White House Correspondents’ Association previously said that the dinner will offer ‘the first opportunity since 2016 for the press and the president to share a few laughs for a good cause.’
Proceeds from the event support the White House press corps’ work, scholarships for aspiring journalists and awards for those in the profession.
White House Correspondent Francesca Chambers (right) was pictured on the red carpet with Michael Moroney, of the global public relations firm FleishmanHillard,
Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD, wore an all-black outfit to the event
Fox News’s Jennifer Griffin (left) was pictured with Susanna Quinn, founder and CEO of VELUXE, as the duo sported stunning white outfits
The Bidens’ presence at the event is a return to form after former President Donald Trump snubbed the dinner while he was in office.
Every president since Calvin Coolidge had attended the WHCA’s annual dinner with the exception of Trump.
Notably missing from this year’s event is Biden’s top COVID health expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, who said he would skip the event over COVID concerns.
‘He has made the decision that he wants to attend, in a safe way, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner to show his support, showcase his support for a free press,’ White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said.