10 models who weren’t invited to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner [SLIDESHOW]

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Taylor Bigler
Entertainment Editor

Washington, D.C. gets much easier on the eyes every April during the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner weekend.

Beautiful and famous people come to town for the event, which was traditionally meant to bring the press corps together with the president for a jovial evening. Now, though, it is for some reason used by news outlets as a chance to entice people like MC Hammer to sit at their tables.

There were plenty of celebrities in attendance this year to mingle with the little, nerdy people of the press corps. Here are 10 models who were absurdly left off the guest list.

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  • Nina Agdal for Carls Jr.
  • Behati Prinsloo did not score an invitation to nerd prom. (Photo: Victoria's Secret)
  • Emily Didonato is pretty bummed she didn't get an invitation to sit next to Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews. (Photo: Sports Illustrated)
  • Brazilian Alessandra Ambrosio was not invited to the dinner either. (Photo: GQ)
  • Lily Aldridge didn't have anything better to do last Saturday night, but she still wasn't invited (Photo: Getty)
  • Since getting dropped as a Victoria's Secret Angel, Miranda Kerr is clearly losing her clout -- she wasn't invited to the dinner either. (Photo: Getty)
  • Bar Refaeli doesn't need your invitation. She wouldn't have come anyway. (Photo: GQ)

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