It's no secret that President Obama is a hit with rich Hollywood leftist celebrities. But do you know which celebrities have come to the White House recently?
The Washington Post has done some investigation of the White House visitor logs to see which celebrities have made a visit. This list will likely not shock you.
The actress from 'Desperate Housewives' Eva Longoria has made a few visits. Good to know the woman who staged her David Letterman wardrobe malfunction for her book is in the White House. I wonder if Bill Clinton or John Edwards were in the White House at the same time.
The amazingly awful actor from Battlefield Earth, Forest Whitaker, has been a guest at arts receptions. Whitaker has reportedly met with Obama's top staffers including Valerie Jarret.
According to Wikipedia, Whitaker was inducted as a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Peace and Reconciliation, in a ceremony at UNESCO headquarters on June 21, 2011. As Goodwill Ambassador, Whitaker works with UNESCO to support and develop initiatives that empower youths and keep them from entering or remaining in cycles of violence.
Obama's favorite 'Sex and the City' star fundraiser Sarah Jessica Parker and her actor husband Matthew Broderick from 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' has stopped in various times. They reportedly brought in their son James for a private tour in May 2012.
Star Wars creator George Lucas reportedly made a visit in January with Cuba Gooding Jr. to screen "Red Tails" in the White House's private theater.
Andrian Grenier from the "Entourage" was invited for meeting with the White House chef Sam Kass and to aide Michelle Obama on a new healthy eating initiative.
Let's not also forget that the President spends a lot of time with the 'Big Pimpin' rapper Jay Z because he says Jay Z "get's him".