Washington, DC is often referred to as "Hollywood for ugly people," but for at least one night of the year, we are Cinderella, and Hollywood's collective Prince Charming stalks us with a glass slipper (and a Walking Dead-style hoarde of photographers). In recent years, the White House Correspondents Dinner (or "Nerdprom," as the so-uncool-they're-cool kids call it) has become a feast for celeb-watchers and wonk-worshippers alike, and this year was no exception.
Accosted recently by a Defamer correspondent moments after receiving the first ever Just For Laughs Comedy Person of the Year Award in Montreal, Hollywood comedy baron Judd Apatow somehow agreed to commit to a short interview. Later... Read Post
For a new collaboration with champagne-maker Piper-Heidsieck, Christian Louboutin created a glass slipper that connotes both Cinderella fantasy and Parisian decadence. Read Post