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Reality star Whitney Port wants to attend D.C.’s ‘nerd prom’

Reality start Whitney Port and Blo Dupont owner Maha Sharma. (Paul Morigi/Getty) Reality start Whitney Port and Blo Dupont owner Maha Sharma. (Paul Morigi/Getty)

Last week we reported that “The Hills” star Whitney Port, currently designing the eponymous fashion line Whitney Eve, would be on hand at the opening of Blo Dupont, a new outpost for VIP reception ready hair. But the Reliable Source has learned that the newly engaged it girl already has her sights on another Washington trip.

We’re even told Port, who had to hop a train back to New York immediately after her appearance, was bummed she couldn’t stay longer. According to one of our eyes and ears at the event, when asked by a fan if she’d be back Port said, “Yes, hopefully for the White House Correspondent’s dinner!”

So let the race to get Port a gold ticket begin.

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Helena Andrews-Dyer is the co-author of The Reliable Source. Follow her on Twitter @helena_andrews, and send your hot tips, sightings, and gossip to



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