Most stars will tell you whom they're wearing, but top Gleek Matthew Morrison will share even more, if you ask him nicely.
"I'm wearing Calvin Klein
underwear," he told POLITICO
at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Sorry, Mr. Schuester fans, he had on more than just skivvies. On top of the Calvins was a Dolce & Gabbana tux, set off by argyle socks.
On the red carpet, CBS's Lara Logan, a very early arrival, wore cobalt blue Badgley Mischka. "I borrowed it," she told POLITICO before thanking the press pool for its support following her assault by protesters in Egypt in February.
Mira Sorvino also wore Mischka and whispered to POLITICO that her jewelry was Cartier.
Arianna Huffington wore Nanette Lepore, while Russell Simmons paired his tux with Adidas sneakers. Rashida Jones wore bright blue Stella McCartney.
Paula Abdul wore black Romona Keveza; Kerry Washington also wore black, but with a twist: She picked Louis Vuitton, with beaded strands down the back.
Elizabeth Banks wore a salmon red backless Prada gown.
Ian Somerhalder wore a fitted Armani tux.
Amy Poehler wore Theia. "Theory?" a few reporters asked, before she clarified.
Patricia Arquette, walking the red carpet with brother David, said she wasn't sure who made the black halter-top dress she was wearing.
Designer Rachel Roy was in her own design. She told POLITICO that even though Michelle Obama was not wearing Roy (the first lady wore Halston), she appreciated all the FLOTUS support.
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall knew exactly who made his tux. "Who made it? Me!" he declared. We're pretty sure he was kidding.
Mila Kunis, hair in a slick-backed ponytail, wore a black Versace dress.
A now red-haired Scarlett Johansson wore Elie Saab. Sharing some red carpet time with Donald Trump, she leaned over to him and said, "You're making a lot of news." To say the least.
Trump, who did a very abbreviated red carpet walk, didn't win over the shutterbugs. After photographers screamed his name and pleaded for him to pose, he walked away without a smile. The result? A chorus of boos from the photographers, with one screaming out, "I'm not voting for you!"