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Chrissy Teigen, Julie Bowen, Bellamy Young

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Hollywood is ready to hang out with President Barack Obama!

Your favorite stars from the big and small screen are ready to pack their bags and travel to Washington D.C. to attend the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner—aka "the Nerd Prom"—on April 25.

While many media companies are still finalizing their star-studded guest lists, we've learned of a few organizations who have invited quite a variety of famous faces.

After all, where else can you get an NFL player, Sports Illustrated supermodel and an Emmy winner at the same meal?

Grace Helbig

ABC will welcome Modern Family stars Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet. Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross will attend from Black-ish alongside Scandal's Bellamy Young.

The New Yorker will welcome Larry Wilmore of Comedy Central while Thomson Reuters' table will feature Chrissy Teigen and New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall.

In addition, the Huffington Post has opted for a list of "social superstars" including Bethany Mota and E!'s very own Grace Helbig.

All guests in attendance are expected to enjoy the laughs of Saturday Night Live star Cecily Strong who will serve at the entertainer for the event. 

Cecily Strong

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"A lot of comedians will warn you against this room—but against my better judgment I said yes. Someone has to," she recently told Bloomberg. "Obama's really, really funny. That's another reason not to do it: you have to follow the funniest president. He's got great timing."

And even though she's only the fourth female host of the annual event, Strong thinks she has what it takes to knock them dead.

"It won't just be me telling jokes," she teased. There will be "multimedia bits" and maybe even some glimpses of her recurring Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation With At a Party character.

"You know, not on purpose ever," Strong confessed. "But that is so much a part of me that it may come out on accident."