The White House Correspondents Dinner is an event that brings the White House administration together with the journalists and media members who cover alls things 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It's also become a place for memorable musical and comedy performances, as well as celebrity guests. On "Anderson" (Weekdays, Syndicated), Scarlett Johansson talked about how much she enjoys the event, largely because she doesn't have to be that involved.
"They're people I have to interview at night on CNN, so I don't want to interact with these people," Anderson Cooper said of his feelings. He doesn't attend the event at all, which must have come as a disappointment to him. He cited an interview with Arianna Huffington where she said she wanted to hang out at his table.
"We're just expected to get drunk and make fools of ourselves," Johansson said. They are, after all, professional entertainers.
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