Friday night’s First Amendment Party, thrown by The Atlantic– together with National Journal, Funny or Die and Impact Arts + Film Fund, promised to deliver on some big name stars. Your entire FishbowlDC team was on hand to attend. We’ll have more on the party later, but for now, here’s a picture of Charlize Theron. She was trying to hide as she escaped the pen of “celebrities” mingling away from the common folk at the back of the party. The Charlize sighting was so brief, we aren’t sure if that’s a shot of her or a grainy shot of the Chupacabra. Among the other partitioned partiers were MSNBC’s Luke Russert, who strutted around the enclosed area. We also spotted a dead ringer for Sam Stein from HuffPost, who was putting on a clinic of bad dance moves. We can confirm that the bad dancer was NOT Stein. Although, we hear he’s a terrible dancer on his own.
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