Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, "Revenge" star Madeline Stowe, "Glee's" Darren Criss, and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will be among the high-profile guests at this year's White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
The actors and athletes will join U.S. Ambassador to Israel Ron Dermer, former acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Christine Fox, and Democratic political strategist Jeremy Bird at the Thomson Reuters tables at the May 3 soiree at the Washington Hilton.
The media firm is also playing host to a number of other events, including its annual brunch held the day after the dinner. The brunch at the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington will feature "politically inspired dishes" prepared by former contestants on Bravo's "Top Chef," including Mike Isabella, Jen Carroll, Spike Mendelsohn, and Bart Vandaele.