LiLo invited to White House Correspondent's Dinner

   Apr 27, 4:34 pm

Washington, Apr 27 (ANI): Lindsay Lohan has been invited to this Saturday's White House Correspondent's Dinner, along with fellow Hollywood stars George Clooney and Josh Hutcherson.

According to Politico, President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle have invited a varied group of stars, which also includes Oscar winning actor Daniel Day-lewis and 'Desperate Housewives' actress Eva Longoria, Contactmusic reported.

Lohan, 25, recently completed her probation and is enjoying a resurgence of sorts. She has signed on to play Elizabeth Taylor in a forthcoming lifetime biopic and has spoken publically about getting her life back on track.

The 'Mean Girls' star's representative Steve Honig has told the Washington Post that the actress has already confirmed her attendance for the ball, where she'll be joined by Charlize Theron, Viola Davis, Reese Witherspoon and 'The Hunger Games' star Hutcherson.

Uggie, the famous dog from 'The Artist' is also invited for the bash.

Comedian Jimmy Kimmel will be hosting the event, following on from Seth Meyers, who scored laughs by mocking Donald Trump at last year's event.

The 2011 event was followed immediately by the announcement that the United States Military had killed Osama Bin Laden. (ANI)

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