On Saturday night, the biggest names in entertainment and politics came together for the 101st White House Correspondents’ Dinner (also known as Nerd Prom) in Washington DC.
Looks from the red carpet were relatively conservative by Hollywood standards, though a few bold souls played a bit of peekaboo working significant slits, sheer accents and revealing necklines. Stars like Chrissy Teigen, Naya Rivera and Jenna Dewan-Tatum hit the red carpet, begging the question: has the White House ever looked this glam? Scroll through the pictures below to see what the celebs wore in Washington. Enjoy and have fun!
Jenna Dewan-Tatum opted for a classic ball gown by Reem Acra.
The supermodel was a vision in a romantic Bibhu Mohapatra gown with split sleeves.
Ivanka Trump dazzled in a strapless red gown and megawatt jewels.
Chrissy Teigen in a Zuhair Murad slit gown, which she finished with Effy jewelry.
Scandal’s White House press secretary walked the red carpet in a bow-adorned white gown and Forevermark diamonds.
The supermodel stunned in this slit gown by Georges Chakra and jewelry by Arya Esha.
The model had a moment in powder blue while wearing a Zuhair Murad gown.
The model struck a pose in a silky halter gown.
The actress proved that black is hardly boring in this crystal-beaded Naeem Khan gown. Lorraine Schwartz jewels polished off the sleek look.
Sophia struck a pose in Monique Lhuillier’s Fall 2015 emerald silk satin chiffon draped V-neck gown. Statement ruby earrings and a matching ring, an Edie Parker Minnie glitter clutch plus flashy pumps completed her elegant ensemble.
Community’s leading lady stood out from the crowd in an intricate black, blue and green Peter Pilotto appliqué gown.
Naya Rivera covered up her burgeoning baby bump in a white long-sleeved, bateau-neck crepe gown with a draped cowl back by Tadashi Shoji.
Lauren kept her modesty intact in this sheer blue embroidered gown with sculpted skirt by layering a nude slip dress underneath.
The 36-year-old proudly flashed some side boob in an immaculate orange gown while attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner at the Washington Hilton on Saturday.
Cecily opted for a purple and black patterned J. Mendel gown for her turn as headliner. Coordinating earrings and glitzy sandals wrapped up the look.
Who do you think was the best-dressed for this occasion?