Celebrities from all walks of life come out for the famous White House Correspondents’ Dinner, which has become more of a “who will say what” event. Models, A-list actors, pop stars, you name it. This year, there were several zingers from host and SNL cast member, Cecily Strong, as well as some good jabs from the President himself.
But perhaps the most talked about moment of the evening is when President Obama invited Key & Peele character Luther, played by Keegan-Michael Key, to join him on stage. Famous for being the “angry” version of Obama, Luther stood by Obama at the podium, translating his every sentence. Needless to say, the anger translator was a great and hilarious touch for the end of the evening.
View the entire 2014 dinner program, President Obama’s remarks, awards and scholarship presentations, Joel McHale’s performance, and the red carpet arrivals on C-SPAN.ORG (requires Flash).