Politics and Hollywood collided once again at this year's annual White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) Dinner. The event has evolved into a star-studded affair as celebrities descend upon Washington, joining journalists and President Obama.
This year's comedian headliner, "Saturday Night Live's" Seth Meyers, was charged with the task of poking fun at the President and Washington politics. Each year, the President uses the occasion to show a more humorous side as well, making fun of himself and the people who cover him.
The purpose of the annual dinner is “to raise money for WHCA scholarships and honor the professional recipients of the WHCA's journalism awards," according to the organization's website.
See complete coverage at C-SPAN's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner webpage.