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Prince's performance at the White House over the weekend for President Obama and first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaVoter registration spiked in days immediately following Ruth Bader Ginsburg death Michelle Obama says even former first families can get on each other's nerves during quarantine Obamas are 'most admired' man and woman in world: poll MORE attracted a star-studded audience.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara, his date, were among the several hundred guests packed in for the show, according to Page Six.

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The football player has visited the White House several times, including after winning the Super Bowl in 2014 and earlier this year for a state dinner. He also helped advertise ObamaCare earlier this year.

Other guests at the two-hour concert Saturday included Jon Bon Jovi and James Taylor, as well as television and movie stars Tyler Perry and Connie Britton.

Stevie Wonder was invited on stage by Prince for a duet of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours," attendees told Page Six, which reported by Sasha and Malia Obama were also at the show.

The Obamas were reportedly joined by other administration figures for the private show, including former Attorney General Eric HolderEric Himpton HolderThe Hill's Campaign Report: Biden on Trump: 'He'll leave' l GOP laywers brush off Trump's election remarks l Obama's endorsements Obama endorses Warnock in crowded Georgia Senate race The Hill's Campaign Report: Trump's rally risk | Biden ramps up legal team | Biden hits Trump over climate policy MORE, Education Secretary Arne DuncanArne Starkey DuncanThe Hill's 12:30 Report: White House, Dems debate coronavirus relief package For the sake of equity, reopen schools — digitally, with exceptions It's up to local leaders: An Iowa perspective on reopening schools MORE and National Security Advisor Susan Rice.

The White House traditionally limits information about such private parties. A White House pool report on Saturday afternoon mentioned that "a small stage" was set up on the South Lawn.

Prince played two shows in Washington, D.C., on Sunday at the Warner Theatre.