The White House Used to be Correspondents Dinner

Back in the day (you know you're old when you say that) The White House Correspondents Dinner used to be for.... you know.....Corespondents.

Then it took a turn for the worse, when media organizations kicked their correspondents out the door and brought in celebrities.

It became a game of you could bring the biggest name to the table. 

This year, the celebrity list is very lame compared to the past. Maybe, it's time we go back to just having corespondents again. 

Here is a partial list of who will be at what table:

Shonda Rhimes, TV mogul, Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder
The cast of Scandal, including Kerry Washington, Scott Foley and Tony Goldwyn
The team from Black-ish, including actors Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross with creator Kenya Barris

Hope Solo, U.S. women’s soccer goalie
Josh Stamberg, actor
Gene Sperling, former director of the National Economic Council and assistant to the president for economic policy
Jeff Zients, director of the National Economic Council and assistant to the president for economic policy.
Lisa Monaco, assistant to the president for homeland security and terrorism
Travis Kalanick, co-founder & CEO, Uber

Dr. Thomas Starzl and wife Joy
Ewart F. Brown, former Bermuda premier
Broderick Johnson, assistant to the president and cabinet secretary
Omarosa Manigault, The Apprentice

Gugu Mbatha-Raw, actress

FOX News Channel’s Greta Van Susteren who will be one of the attendees.”

Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles

Bridget Moynahan, actress
Emily Ratajkowski, actress

Arianna Huffington
Charles Porch, Instagram head of global creative programs
Shannon Mattingly, Facebook strategic-partner manager
Steve Aoki
Stephanie Linnartz, Marriott evp and chief marketing and commercial officer
The Fat Jew
Rosanna Pansino, YouTube star
Aidan Alexander, social media star
Zach King, Vine star
Cameron Dallas, social media star
Bill Nye, The Science Guy
Kevin Plank, Under Armour founder and CEO
DJ Khaled, record producer, radio personality and deejay

Jaimie Alexander, actress from network's Blindspot
Andrew Lack, chairman of NBC/MSNBC
Phil Griffin, president of MSNBC
Deborah Turness, NBC News president
Janelle Rodriguez, NBC News senior vp of editorial
Noah Oppenheim, senior vp of Today
Peter Alexander, NBC News White House correspondent
Ron Allen, NBC News correspondent
Mika Brzezinski, MSNBC Morning Joe co-host
Tom Costello, NBC News correspondent
Savannah Guthrie, Today anchor
Tamron Hall, Today anchor
Chris Hayes, MSNBC host
Kasie Hunt, MSNBC political correspondent
Hallie Jackson, NBC News correspondent
Steve Kornacki, MSNBC host and political correspondent
Chris Matthews, MSNBC host
Cynthia McFadden, NBC News senior legal and investigative correspondent
Ari Melber, MSNBC chief legal correspondent
Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent/anchor
Natalie Morales, Today anchor
Kelly O’Donnell, NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent
Lawrence O’Donnell, MSNBC host
Joy-Ann Reid, MSNBC national correspodnent
Thomas Roberts, MSNBC host
Luke Russert, NBC News correspondent
Joe Scarborough, MSNBC host
Rev. Al Sharpton, MSNBC host
Kate Snow, NBC News national correspondent, anchor
Katy Tur, NBC News correspondent
Kristen Welker, NBC News White House correspondent
Pete Williams, NBC News correspondent
Jeh Johnson, United States Secretary of Homeland Security
Cody Keenan, White House Director of Speechwriting

Jenna Fischer, actress
Nyle DiMarco, America's Next Top Model winner, Dancing With the Stars contestant

Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants wide receiver
Michelle Dockery, actress, Downton Abbey
Ilana Glazer, actress, Broad City
Abbi Jacobson, actress, Broad City
Michael Kelly, actor House of Cards
Von Miller, Denver Broncos linebacker, Super Bowl MVP

Neve Campbell, actress
Priyanka Chopra, actress, Quantico
Alan Cumming, actor, The Good Wife
Rosario Dawson, actress, Daredevil
Kendall Jenner, model
Wendi McLendon-Covey, actress, The Goldbergs
Miles Teller, actor, Divergent series

Tory Burch, fashion designer
Ed Burns, actor, filmmaker
Christy Turlington Burns, model
Elizabeth Cutler, Soul Cycle co-founder
Julie Rice, Soul Cycle co-founder
Karlie Kloss, model
Christine Lagarde, International Monetary Fund managing director
Franklin Leonard, The Black List
Susan Rice, National Security advisor
Narciso Rodriguez, fashion designer

Nene Leakes, actress, reality TV star
Melissa Harris-Perry, writer, professor, TV host and political commentator
Kevin Naff, Washington Blade editor
Chris Johnson, Washington Blade's chief political and White House reporter

Erin Egan, Facebook vice president, policy and chief privacy officer
Jonathan Finer, U.S. State Department Chief of Staff and Director of Policy Planning
Thomas Perez, U.S. Secretary of Labor