The White House Correspondents Association announced today that Joel McHale will host its centennial Correspondents Dinner. That’s right, this thing has been going on for 100 years! The “Community” star and former “Talk Soup” host (our personal favorite McHale iteration) has big shoes to fill. Show More Summary
The Community star and The Soup host
Joel McHale, star of NBC's Community and the long-running series The Soup, will be the designated comic for the upcoming White House Correspondents' Dinner. The event, a confab between Beltway denizens and Hollywood elite, features both a comic performance by the president as well as a brief stand-up routine by the chosen comic. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Actor and comedian Joel McHale will be the featured performer at the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, which is attended by members of the media, celebrities and the president, the association said on Friday....
Joel McHale, Star of Community and The Soup to host White House Correspondents Dinner in May
Under the auspice that American politics is the nation’s trashiest reality show, Joel McHale has been asked to host this year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, it was announced today. McHale will take over emceeing duties from past...Show More Summary
Joel McHale is graduating from Greendale and heading to the White House. The hilarious actor and Soup host has been selected as emcee of this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner, an annual event that skewers both the media andShow More Summary
This year's dinner, known as the Nerd Prom, will take place in May. [ more › ]
Joel McHale is having quite the year. Community has returned to its former glorious self, his Seahawks won the Super Bowl (and beat Alison Brie’s 49ers), he’s set to play the supportive best friend in the next Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore...Show More Summary
Host of The Soup and star of Community, Joel McHale will be hosting this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner! Joel McHale to Host White House Correspondents’ Dinner first appeared on Rickey.org • The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Hope President Obama likes Kardashian punch lines, because it was announced today that Joel McHale will be hosting the White House Correspondents' Dinner. McHale will be the second host in a row to be taller than the president, following Conan O'Brien, who had the gig last year. The dinner, which... More »
The host of "The Soup" is coming to Washington. The White House Correspondents' Association says Joel McHale will host its annual dinner on May 3 in the nation's capital. The group said Friday that the star of NBC's "Community" and E!'s pop-culture show "The Soup" will provide entertainment for the centennial White House Correspondents' Dinner. Show More Summary
Comedian Joel McHale, known for his skewering of pop culture as host of “The Soup,” will turn his sights to the political arena when he headlines the May 3 White House Correspondents Dinner. The White House Correspondents’ Association announced that McHale, who also stars on ABC’s “Community,” would provide the comedic stylings at the annual […]
Joel McHale, host of E!'s The Soup and NBC's Community, will be hosting the White House Correspondents Dinner this year. It'll be his first time hosting the big event, following in the footsteps of comics like Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, and Conan O'Brien.
The Soup goes to Washington! Community star Joel McHale — who also hosts E!’s weekly pop culture recap show — will
He’s quick on his feet and handsome to boot, and Joel McHale seems to have charmed his way into a very high profile gig. The “Community” star was selected as the headliner for the forthcoming White House Correspondents Association Dinner...Show More Summary
They’ve had late-night hosts for the past two years, but now the White House Correspondents Association Dinner is going primetime. Straight out of NBC’s Thursday lineup, Community’s Joel McHale will be the headliner at this year’s politicians and Hollywood-heavy event on May 3. Show More Summary
"How much do state dinners cost? They ain't cheap" teased a headline on CBSNews.com this morning. But wait, as they say in the infomercials, there's more. In his February 11 story, longtime CBS Radio White House correspondent Mark Knoller reported not only the pretty penny the U.S. Show More Summary
The Washington Press Club Foundation will award ABC News Radio’s White House correspondent Ann Compton its 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award. The award will be presented at the 70th Annual Congressional Dinner on Feb. 5 here in Washington. Show More Summary
The out comic earned plenty of laughs and gasps at the Annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.