White House Correspondents Association Dinner: Star gridlock

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WASHINGTON–Show business stars were everywhere at Saturday’s White House Correspondents Association Dinner. Actress Dana Delany, now in “Desperate Housewives,” was surprised when I told her -we were at the Newsweek reception before the dinner–I enjoyed her playing the role of a dominatrix in a movie titled–Delany reminded me–“Exit to Eden.”

There were just tons of Hollywood stars around. Here’s a sampling, in no particular order:

Dana Delany

The three Jonas brothers

Morgan Freeman

Betty White

Bill Maher

Dennis Quaid

Adrian Grenier

Kristin Davis

Dominic West

Gabourey Sidibe

Kathryn Bigelow

CCH Pounder

Cheryl Hines

Ashley Judd

Jessica Alba

Kim Kardashian

Tracy Morgan

Terence Howard

Ryan Secrest

Justin Bieber

Gayle King

Michael Douglas

Larry King

Kal Penn

Joy Behar

Chevy Chase

Julianna Margulies

Omar Epps

Tim Daly

Bradley Cooper

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