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While the Oscars always bring out major Hollywood glam, the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner must be high up on A-listers’ priority list as well, as they all showed up to this year’s dinner dressed to kill.

All we have to say is: Lupita, we love you!

Last night, the 100th Annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner was held in Washington, D.C., had tons of celebs hitting the red carpet in their best designer garbs.

The ladies stole the spotlight that night, with the likes of Lupita Nyong’O, Jessica Simpson, Sophia Vergara, Freida Pinto, Kristen Bell and many more looking nothing less than flawless as the cameras snapped away.

Don’t get it twisted, however – the guys looked great too, as Hollywood gents like Kevin Hart, Dax Shepard, host Joel McHale, and tons more dressed to impress.

The most powerful woman in the room – First Lady Michelle Obama – was simply impeccable while welcoming some of her celebrity friends into her Presidential home.

Besides the annual dinner, some of the same stars were also seen at the 2014 Annual Garden Brunch event earlier in the day, including Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, as well as Lupita.

Speaking of the beautiful Lupita, reports claim Obama met with the groundbreaking actress ahead of the Correspondents’ Dinner. Buzzfeed reports:

A source familiar with the meeting said the president and Mrs. Obama met with a group of A-listers Saturday ahead of the annual confab featuring journalists, politicians and celebrities. Among the group were Robert DeNiro, castmembers from the hit ABC sitcomModern Family and Lupita Nyong’o who won and Oscar for her performance in 12 Years. The source said President Obama spoke to Nyong’o in Swahili. All the celebrities were guests of media organizations who bought the roughly $2,000 each tables at the annual dinner.

Now  that’s a win!

See all of the photos from the weekend below!

PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram

Celebrities Attend The 100th Annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner
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