Is there such a thing as celebrity overload in a buttoned-up, wonky city like Washington? Judging by the roster of Hollywood visitors planning to arrive Tuesday, the answer is “no way.”
Hot on the heels of appearances by the likes of Donald TrumpDonald TrumpKasich: The media is 'an important part of democracy' Former Obama national security adviser blasts decisions in Syria as a 'colossal mistake' Democratic senator: Trump's immigration policy amounts to 'mass deportation' MORE, Scarlett Johansson and Rosario Dawson at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, ITK is having trouble keeping up with the sheer number of famous faces.
Actors Hill Harper, America Ferrera and Aimee Garcia will be at the Newseum on Tuesday to launch a joint project with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting aimed at reducing high school dropout rates.
That’s the same day that actress Jamie Lee Curtis will team up with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen SebeliusKathleen SebeliusObama's health secretary to be first female president of American University Leaked email: Podesta pushed Tom Steyer for Obama’s Cabinet Romney: Trump victory 'very possible' MORE for an event at the Shakespeare Theatre marking National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day.
Wait, did you say Tuesday? Because model and frequent visitor to Capitol Hill Christy Turlington Burns will launch a U.N. program for maternal health with Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonHow dealmaker Trump can resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Chelsea Clinton mocks Trump over Sweden incident comments Conway criticized by president of alma mater MORE at the State Department.
As if that wasn’t enough, actress and model Bo Derek will join actors John Corbett and Ed Begley Jr. at a Climate Leadership gala that night at the Ronald Reagan Building.
None of the celebs are officially planning a visit to Capitol Hill as of yet, but check The Hill’s Washington Scene website for updated celebrity schedules.