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A White House correspondents’ dinner round-up; Patrick Dempsey rescues teen

A morning mix of entertainment headlines... The White House correspondents’ dinner, a.ka. the nerd prom, went down in Washington this weekend, which you already know if you follow Celebritology’s Twitter feed or this blog. In case you missed some of the crucial tidbits from the weekend, here’s a round-up of news from The Post, with more to come in Celebritology later today.
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