Who’s Invited to the White House Correspondents Dinner This Year?

From Sean Penn to Shaun White, an update on the guest list for the annual Hollywood invasion of D.C.

The White House Correspondents' Association Dinner — the see-and-be-seen celebration and presidential roast — is a little more than a week away, and the glitzy guest list, as has become custom, is being leaked in drips and drabs.

The annual tradition, which began in 1920, has become very much a Hollywood event, with celebrities invading the clubby D.C. media scene.

This year's affair is no different. Seth Meyers, “Saturday Night Live” head writer and anchor of “Weekend Update,” will serve as host.

And according to the Washington Post, Politico, Atlantic and other sources, here are some of the expected celebrity guests, and their table hosts (if known) expected on April 30 at the Washington Hilton:

>> Erin Andrews (ABC)
>> David Arquette (USA Today)
>> Elizabeth Banks (ABC)
>> Sen. Scott Brown (Time)
>> Brooke Burke (Bloomberg)
>> Scott Z. Burns (NPR)
>> Steve Buscemi (Time)
>> David Byrne (NPR)
>> Annie Clark a.k.a St. Vincent (NPR)
>> The Coen Brothers (The New Yorker)
>> Chris Colfer (People)
>> Eliza Dushku (USA Today)
>> Jesse Tyler Ferguson (ABC)
>> Rick Fox (USA Today)
>> Zach Galifianakis (The New Yorker)
>> Jon Hamm (The New Yorker)
>> Tom Hooper (Time)
>> Kate Hudson (Fox News)
>> Mindy Kaling (People magazine)
>> Michael Kors (Newsweek)
>> Jane Lynch (ABC)
>> Justin Mikita (ABC)
>> Mike Mills
>> Matthew Morrison
>> Stephen Moyer (Newsweek)
>> Anna Paquin (Newsweek)
>> Bristol Palin (People)
>> Sean Penn (Mother Jones)
>> Wendell Pierce (American Urban Radio Network)
>> Colin Powell (Newsweek)
>> Paul Rudd (ABC)
>> Mira Sorvino (Fortune)
>> Michael Stipe (NPR)
>> Eric Stonestreet (ABC)
>> Tara Subkoff (Time)
>> Jason Sudeikis (Newsweek)
>> Katherine Tokarz (ABC)
>> Donald Trump (Washington Post)
>> Steven Tyler (People magazine)
>> Diane von Furstenberg (Newsweek)
>> Mike White (NPR)
>> Shaun White (Bloomberg)
>> Evan Williams (Fortune)
>> Terence Winter (Time)

More than 3,000 attended the annual gala last year, including Kim Kardashian, Tracy Morgan, Kathryn Bigelow, Judd Apatow, Steven Spielberg, Michelle Pfeiffer, David Kelley and Jon Bon Jovi, among others.