Last party thrown by the couple, Obama in the White House: Check celebrities of all stripes
• The last party thrown by the couple, Obama in the White House: Check celebrities of all stripes
The final party of Obama in the White House gathered the stars; and although it was forbidden to shoot inside, it did not stop to light its presence in the stellar party dozens of celebrities. They are laid out in the social networks your photos. Among the guests had fun till 4 in the morning, he was seen Sir Paul McCartney, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and many others.
Jill Scott, Terrence J, La La Anthony and Jordin Sparks posted their photos and selfie at the moment of arrival to the party toward Obama.
Beyonce and Jay-Z, Bruce Springsteen and Oprah Winfrey have been invited to attend the farewell party of President Obama.
Rapper Chance (Chance the Rapper) wrote: "I will fly 21 hours, in time to say goodbye to the greatest president in US history, God bless you.".
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis
The evening was probably bitter for the Obama family on the eve of the inauguration of the new president - it will take less than two weeks.
"What they did in the past, I guess they are going to continue in the future," said White House press secretary Josh Ernest Thursday. "For many years, the president and first lady have a party at the White House for his friends," he continued. "And I expect that this will be the last of these parties. They still much to do, and they will have to collect things." Solange (Beyoncé's sister) spoke at the party, saying that it is a great honor for her.
Solange said: "We will miss your perfection, your light, and a phenomenal sense of dignity."
The event was attended by artists, philanthropists, activists and leaders, many of whom came specially for this purpose in Washington, DC.
Guests ate chicken and waffles until 4 am, while some (like Bradley Cooper and Johnson Magic) has photographed a portrait of Abraham Lincoln.
Producer Will Packer, Terrence J, Steven Spielberg and Taraji Pi. Hanson
Many stars were emotional that evening, as faced with the impending loss of Obama in the Oval Office.
Tom Hanks with a "very good friend"
La La Anthony posted a photo with Terensonom Jay and Tom Hanks, her favorite actor
Samuel L. Jackson (right) and his wife patching (second from right) were seen at a party with Magic Johnson (top left)
Johnson and Charles Barkley and his wife
Comedian and TV host Billy Eychner published a touching message about the president in his instagrame after had the opportunity to discuss the work of Obama's LGBT community: "He told me that this is one of the things he is most proud of I told him that we are. we love and appreciate him at all times. He said that there is still a lot of work we need to do. Leaving aside the sadness and anger towards the next administration, this party was one of the most important moments of my life. " Chance the rapper
Singer Nick Jonas and Jonathan Tucker
The singer Jordin Sparks and his father
Teygen Christie and John Legend, Meryl Streep, Al Sharpton, Tyler Perry, Chris Rock, David Letterman, Tom Hanks, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder were also present at the party. Directed by "Star Wars" George Lucas and JJ Abrams came to the party with Questlove, who was the DJ that night.
The singer Jill Scott to the satellite
songwriter Diane Warren published a photo with the director of Apple Music Larry Jackson under the portrait of the former first lady Jackie Onassis
The fashion designer Prabal Gurung
Al Sharpton, a human rights activist and Baptist minister
Among those who were present at the closing party at the White House, no one spoke about Trampe radical Springsteen. Rocker from New Jersey talked about their fears and concerns about the future of the country during and after the presidency Trump.
"It happened before, I felt disgusted with politicians, but never felt fear like this," - Springsteen said of Trump and his administration. "I was really scared - he even competent enough to do that particular job Forget about where he is ideologically Do they have a competence to carry this responsibility?.?"
Earlier on Friday, the first lady, Michelle made a final speech in the East Room for 50 pupils and a few stars. She stifled tears, addressing the young audience: "Do not be afraid Be single-minded focus Be full of the hope of getting a good education then go out into the world and use that education to build a country worthy of you......"
She also said that the time spent as First Lady was "the greatest honor" for her, and she hopes that her supporters can be proud of.
Sir Paul McCartney
The publication The Washington Post reported that Samuel L. Jackson, and Gayle King were among the guests.
Comedic actress Tracee Ellis Ross