The guest list for the White House state dinner Tuesday night features celebrities like Stephen Colbert and lawmakers, including Rep. Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanWary GOP eyes Meadows shift from brick-thrower to dealmaker Budowsky: Why I back Kennedy, praise Markey Democratic super PAC quotes Reagan in anti-Trump ad set to air on Fox News: 'Are you better off?' MORE (R-Wis.) and House Majority Leader Eric CantorEric Ivan CantorTrump taps pollster to push back on surveys showing Biden with double-digit lead Bottom Line The Democrats' strategy conundrum: a 'movement' or a coalition? MORE (R-Va.)

Tuesday’s event with French President François Hollande is President Obama’s first state dinner of his second term. Like past events it features a mix of lawmakers, celebrities, journalists and administration officials.  

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Big name celebrities like Colbert, actor Bradley Cooper and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the star of the HBO series “Veep,” are scheduled to attend. Others include former NBA commissioner David Stern and singer Mary J Blige. 

The list also features a number of prominent same-sex marriage advocates, including Edith Windsor, one of the plaintiffs in the case that eventually helped invalidate portions of the Defense of Marriage Act last year. NBA basketball player Jason Collins, who became the first current player to announce he was gay, will also attend with his boyfriend. 

A number of high-profile Democrats are also invited, including: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (Calif.), Sen. Charles SchumerChuck SchumerPelosi, Schumer slam Trump executive orders, call for GOP to come back to negotiating table Sunday shows preview: White House, congressional Democrats unable to breach stalemate over coronavirus relief Postal Service says it lost .2 billion over three-month period MORE (N.Y.), Sen. Patrick LeahyPatrick Joseph LeahySenate Democrats demand answers on migrant child trafficking during pandemic Yates spars with GOP at testy hearing Vermont has a chance to show how bipartisanship can tackle systemic racism MORE (Vt.), Rep. Elijah Cummings (Md.), Rep. Ed Royce and Karen BassKaren Ruth BassBiden campaign says no VP pick yet after bike trail quip Hillary Clinton roasts NYT's Maureen Dowd over column Biden edges closer to VP pick: Here's who's up and who's down MORE (Calif.).

Head of the Democratic National Committee Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Fla.) and Chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Michael BennetMichael Farrand BennetExpanding our health force can save lives and create jobs simultaneously How Congress is preventing a Medicare bankruptcy during COVID-19 Tom Cotton rips NY Times for Chinese scientist op-ed criticizing US coronavirus response MORE (D-Colo.) will also attend. 

On the Republican side, Ryan, Cantor and House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers (Ky.) are on the list. 

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagen is the only member of the high court who is scheduled to attend.  

Democratic Govs. Peter Shumlin (Vt.) and Steven Beshear (Ky.), an ally to the administration on healthcare reform, will also attend. 

As for media, invitations went out to CNN president Jeff Zucker, The New York Times' executive editor Jill Abramson as well as The Atlantic’s Steve Clemonds, Bloomberg’s Julianna Goldman, Reuters’ Steve Holland, Julie Pace of The Associated Press, Tangi Quemener of Agence France-Presse and Corine Lesner of Le Monde. 

Other notables include former NAACP president Ben Jealous, Al Sharpton, actress Mindy Kaling and Michael Smith, who helped redecorate the residential area of the White House.