Chrissy Teigen, Nick Jonas, Olivia Wilde and More Bid Farewell to President Barack Obama at White House Party

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It's a party in the USA!

President Barack Obama's time in the White House may be coming to an end, but not without one last celebration!

On Friday, POTUS and his wife, Michelle Obama, hosted a farewell party, inviting their closest friends and celebrity pals.

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Meryl Streep, Paul McCartney, Robert De Niro, Stevie Wonder, George Lucas, David Letterman, Bradley Cooper, Charles Barkley, Samuel L. Jackson, Magic Johnson, Tom Hanks and Sarah Jessica Parker are just a few of the A-listers who reportedly attended the Obamas bash at the White House.

A few celebrities took to social media to share their excitement over getting an invite. Others posted snaps from the soiree, while some tweeted about their post-party struggles.

"Obama Going Away Party," Chance the Rapper shared a few hours before the fête started. "I'm charged up."

"Straight off the plane to the White House…," Nick Jonas captioned a pic of himself, clad in an Armani suit, posing next to pal Jonathan Tucker.

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La La Anthony also shared a stunning pic, simply captioning hers, "Final Night at White House."

"#SquadGoals," another post, which was a group shot of Usher, Wale, Kelly Rowland and Jay Pharoah, read.

According to Olivia Wilde's photos, she and her fiancé, Jason Sudeikis, stayed until the early morning hours.

"Stumbling out of the White House at 4am after a night of celebrating 8 incredible years," she captioned a black-and-white selfie.

And it sounds like Chrissy Teigen and her husband, John Legend, may have had a little too much fun.

"I am so hungover that each individual tooth hurts in a different way," she tweeted Saturday morning.

WATCH: Michelle Obama Gives Emotional Final Speech: 'Being Your First Lady Has Been the Greatest Honor of My Life'

Hours before the party began, Michelle Obama took the podium at the White House to deliver her final remarks as first lady. As expected, her last speech was emotional, powerful and inspiring.

To hear highlights from the event honoring the 2017 School Counselor of the Year, watch the video below.