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Jessica Simpson Dreams Big

At the White House Correspondents’ dinner last night, Jessica Simpson revealed her one true wish:  to be Michelle Obama.

“I really do [want to be Michelle Obama].  She’s such an incredible woman, and she’s with such a powerful man. Everything she does she exudes confidence.  I’m really just here to celebrate her.”

Shoot for the moon, Jess.  Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.

On the topic of stars, the Correspondents’ dinner was full of them.  Guests included Justin Bieber (who, in my opinion, is the songbird of this generation), Jessica Alba, the Jonas Brothers, Dennis Quaid, Kim Kardashian, Scarlett Johansson, Gabourey Sidibe, Queen Latifah, and a good few more.  Check out the gallery to see such things as Justin Bieber and Marlon Wayans flashing gang signs and Gabourey Sidibe being in desperate need of a new stylist (and before you guys hate on me, I’m not saying anything about her being a big girl, I’m just saying that there are ways to flatter every body type, and homegirl needs to work that out).

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  • She’s dreaming “Big” about Michelle Obama?

    She must be dreaming of Michelle’s ass!

  • Shoot for the stars and at least you’ll land among the stars.
    I may have to second the person who mentioned you having a degree in redundancy.

    • Don’t listen, Emily. You’re the best thing to happen to this site in a long while – I can tell already. Keep up the good work! :)

      • Well, she said shoot for the moon, not the stars. It’s a nice quote. Totally find her boring though.

  • Maybe someone can enlighten me, cause I don’t really understand about this event. It’s supposed to be for journalists, but every year there are tons of celebrities (non-journalists) there. Why is that?

  • “On the topic of stars, the Correspondents’ dinner was full of them.”

    Really? The list provided doesn’t seem to name any, well none that are famous for having any real talent in their chosen field.

  • It’s all about the media celebrating how fabulous and out of touch with reality they really are.