Comedian Joel McHale tells DC Mag in their April issue that Georgetown is a “magical little neighborhood,” and says that he plans on sightseeing with his family when he comes to town to host the White House Correspondents Dinner on May 3rd.
“I’m solely focused on this event,” he told the magazine. “But I’m bringing my family and my children. I’ll be able to tour around the day after.”
When asked how he plans on greeting the President for the first time, McHale jokes, “I’ll probably bow and say, ‘Good evening,’ Your Majesty.’”
The star of “Community” and “The Soup,” McHale was selected February 14th as the host for the dinner. Check out the rest of the interview in your nearest copy of DC, or visit the online version.