Trevor Noah White House Correspondents Dinner – Hollywood Life

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Trevor Noah proved to be the ultimate host to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner as he laced the current administration with the perfect blend of snark and sophistication. During his speech on Saturday 30 April he also made fun of Pete Davidsonwho attended the event with his girlfriend Kim Kardashian

After teasing the public to show up at “the nation’s preeminent superspreader event,” Trevor continued to stir the idea of ​​holding a massive indoor gathering in COVID times. ‘I mean, Dr. Fauci has retired! That should have been a pretty big sign! Fauci thought it was too dangerous to come tonight!” he said of the top infectious disease expert, before adding, “Pete Davidson thinks it’s okay. And we all went with Pete. OK. I agree.” Look above.

It all seemed like a lot of fun, and that was definitely the vibe Pete was looking for when he arrived at the party with Kim by his side. The adorable couple smiled all – and all over each other – on the red carpet. View the photos here!

Producers of the WH Correspondents’ Dinner hoped to bring the glitz and glamor back to the event with the likes of Pete, Kim and Drew Barrymore† The show even had pre-recorded skits from late late show host James Corden and Billy on the street star Billy Eichner. Dubbed the “Nerd Prom,” it also featured an afterparty hosted by Paramount and two brunches hosted by Politico and CNN on Sundays.

The team also brought in an experienced Hollywood producer Bob Bain two months before showtime, according to Variety† Bain had recently produced the Critics Choice Awards and the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards. “We hope he can take this event to a level we haven’t had before,” Steven Portnoy, the current president of the White House Correspondents Association told the outlet.

It sounds like the organizers wouldn’t mind if the dinner turned into an annual red carpet like the Oscars or Grammys. “If all goes well and people decide that maybe one day this should become a networking special, that would be my dream come true,” Bain said. Variety

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