Celebrities Come Out to WHCD After Party
The Capitol File after party following the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner only drew a few celebrities this year as most went to the Vanity Fair/Bloomberg party at the French ambassador’s residence. A-list stars like Julie Bowen, Bo Derek, John Corbett, Sofia Vergara, Charlize Theron, Reese Witherspoon, Jim Toth, Kelly Ripa and husband Mark Consuelos, Ginnifer Goodwin, Barbara Walters and George Clooney and others were spotted there. Even Kevin Spacey, who’s on the cover of this month’s Capitol File skipped the magazine’s soriee for the Vanity Fair party.
Photo 1: Entrance to the Capitol File Magazine’s WHCD after party
Photo 2: DJ Skee
Photo 3: NBC4 Meteorologist Doug Kammerer and wife, Holly (L to R)
Photo 4: Washington Redskin Running Back Alfred Morris
Photo 5: Musician Ski Johnson
Photo 6: WJLA Reporters Kris Van Cleave, Rebecca Cooper and Britt McHenry, and Tommy McFly from 94.7 Fresh FM (L to R)
Photo 7: Actor Chris Tucker
Photo 8: True Blood’s Ryan Kwanten
Photo 9: Washington National Third Baseman Ryan Zimmerman and wife, Heather Downan
Photo 10: Designer Monika Chiang
Photo 11: DC on Heels Executive Editor Mark Heckathorn
Photo 12: DC on Heels Photographer Natan Meaza
Photo 13: Capitol File Magazine’s party room
Photo 14: Capitol File Magazine’s party room
The A-list celebs at the after party included actors Ryan Kwanten from True Blood Chris Tucker from Rush Hour, Washington Redskins’ running back Alfred Morris, Washington National’s third basemen Ryan Zimmerman and his wife Heather Downan, designer Monika Chaing, musician Ski Johnson and DJ Skee, who played in the party room.
The Capitol File party took place at the Carnegie Library at 8th & K Streets NW and was presented by the Bipartisan Policy Center. The District’s gourmet food trucks including Lemongrass, Something Stuffed, Tapas Truck, Captain Cookie and Goodies Frozen Custard & Treats dished out free treats and provided a tasty end to the evening.