conan o brien white house correspondents dinner gi White House Correspondents' Dinner: Which celebrities will be attending?

This year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner will be hosted by talk show funny man Conan O’Brien. As usual, the stars will be out in full force, with celebrities living the dinner tables of various news outlets.
Recently, veteran newsman Tom Brokaw thinks that the some celebrities who are invited to the dinners make a mockery of the event. The final straw for him was Lindsay Lohan attending the 2012 dinner. “She became a big star at the White House Correspondents Dinner. Give me a break,” Brokaw says.
No Lohan scheduled for this year, but the names of those appearing cover the spectrum of television and film. The cast of “Modern Family,” along with two stars from the upcoming “X-Men: Days of Future Past” are among the highlights.
The full list of celebrity guests at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner is below:

Sofia Vergara (“Modern Family”) 
Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”) 
Julie Bowen (“Modern Family”) 
Connie Britton (“Nasville”)
Hayden Panettiere (“Nashville”)
Tony Goldwyn (“Scandal”)
Kerry Washington (“Scandal”) 
Kevin Spacey (“House of Cards”) 
Robin Wright (“House of Cards”) 

Fox News:
Patrick Stewart (“X-Men: Days of Future Past”)
Ian McKellen (“X-Men: Days of Future Past”)
Bryan Singer (Director: “X-Men: Days of Future Past”)
Simon Kinberg (Producer: “Elysium”/”X-Men: Days of Future Past”)
Dustin Lance Black (Writer: “Milk”/”Big Love”) 
Tim Daly (“Private Practice”)
Joseph Mazzello (“G.I. Joe: Retaliation”)
Ryan Kwanten (“True Blood”)
JC Chasez (“America’s Best Dance Crew”)
Kevin McHale (“Glee”)
Colton Haynes (“The Arrow”)
Claire Danes (“Homeland”)
Hugh Dancy (“Hannibal”)
Daniel Dae Kim (“Hawaii Five-O”)
Christian Broadcasting Network: 
Willie Jess (“Duck Dynasty”)
Korie Robertson (“Duck Dynasty”)
Gerard Butler (“Olympus Has Fallen”)
Navid Negahban (“Homeland”)
Justin Bartha (“The New Normal”)
Elizabeth Banks (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”)
Max Handelman (“Pitch Perfect” producer)
Paul Rudd (“This is the End”)
Huffington Post:
Jon Bon Jovi
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
Scarlett Johansson (“The Avengers”) 
Matthew Perry (“Go On”)
Michael J. Fox
Tracey Pollen
Michael Douglas (“Behind the Candelabra”)
Newsweek/The Daily Beast:
Harvey Weinstein
Olivia Munn (“The Newsroom”)
Joel Kinnaman (“The Killing”)
Nicole Kidman
Jeremy Renner (“The Avengers”/”The Bourne Legacy”) 
Fred Armisen (Saturday Night Live) 
Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey) 
Madeline Stowe (Revenge) 
Steve Zahn (Treme)
Kathleen Turner
Steven Spielberg (Director: “Lincoln”)
Jeffrey Katzenberg
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Veep”)
Aamir Khan
USA Today:
Ashley Judd (“Olympus Has Fallen”)
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