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White House Correspondents’ Dinner weekend: Live tweeting the People/Time pre-party


Matthew Morrison, dragging his swag bag out of last year’s Time/People White House Correspondents’ Dinner pre-party. (Getty Images)

Given the increasing sense of royal wedding fatigue, or RWF as it’s called in medical circles, I am hitting just one: the bash thrown by People and Time magazines.

Will I run into someone from “Glee” there? (Probably.) Will everyone be talking about the royal wedding? (Almost definitely.) Is there a good chance I’ll fall asleep while standing at the bar because of the aforementioned RWF, jerking awake only after my head drops suddenly into a martini glass? (Uh, maybe?)

In any case, I’ll be tweeting the star spottings beginning shortly after 7 p.m. Follow along via the handy widget below.

When she isn’t at a movie theater or writing about movies, Jen Chaney is ... um ... probably at home, watching a movie.

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