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Ashley Judd spotted grabbing a burger with GW sorority girls

Hey, isn’t that … actress Ashley Judd dining with a group of Kappa Kappa Gammas at Burger, Tap & Shake in Foggy Bottom on Wednesday night. The “Divergent” star and KKG alumna was the keynote speaker at George Washington University’s Grand Chapter, an annual event that unites the greek organizations on the college’s campus.

After offering the packed crowd at Lisner Auditorium re-tweetable life advice like “Opt out of fear,” Judd and about 12 of her sorority sisters set out to indulge in yet another American college tradition — late-night junk food. According to our tipster, Judd, who was a vegetarian for years, sipped on a vanilla shake and snacked on fries. Dressed casually in jeans, earlier that night Judd sported a Kappa Kappa Gamma tank (she pledged the Beta Chi chapter at the University of Kentucky). After an hour of fun, the Judd and friends left the building after the actress graciously picked up the tab.

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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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