Now that the high-priced talent is booked for May's White House Correspondent's Dinner, time to decide who should be invited. Every year, networks like ABC, CNN, NBC, etc. invite special guests to come to dinner with them. Last year, the pilot who landed a plane in the Hudson, Captian Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, and the man who was captured by Somali pirates, Captian Richard Phillips, were special guests at the WHCD. This year, the buzz on Twitter is that invitations should go to the less heroic and more people of reality TV fame. ABC White House Correspondent, Jake Tapper thinks the White House gatecrashers will score an invite from someone (a legitimate invite at that!) Tapper's also trying to fix up his pal and fellow White House reporter Chuck Todd with the ladies of MTV's Jersey Shore:
has @chucktodd reached @sn00kie yet to invite her to WH Corr dinner? what's "the situation" chuck?
guys, i was just joking about @chucktodd wanting to invite @sn00ki to the WH Corr. dinner. He wants to invite @JENNIWOWW #nerdprom
And Todd's response?
@jaketapper, will my chances be less if I admit i've only watched half of one episode? @sn00kie hasnt replied
@jaketapper, sad thing is, given how poorly DC dresses for #nerdprom, @sn00ki will be one of better dressed.
Keep on trying Chuck! Snooki will cave soon enough!