In June, we reported that the White House is working to recruit Hollywood celebrities to help promote Obamacare. Now, it's all happening.
Senior administration officials met Monday with a group of celebrities and their representatives — from actors to musicians to writers and — who have "expressed a personal interest in educating young people about the Affordable Care Act." And great news: the Washington Post has a list of the meeting attendees. And they're excellent.
Attendees (or those who sent representatives) included Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Hudson, Alicia Keyes, Bon Jovi, Kal Penn, Amy Poehler, and even representatives for the video site Funny or Die.
We can't wait to see what they come up with.