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Huge Celebrity Guests To Attend President Obama’s 55th Birthday Party

One thing about the Obamas — they definitely know how to throw a party and Michelle is plotting an epic event tonight for Barack’s last birthday in the White House.

According to Page Six reports:

President Barack Obama will celebrate his 55th birthday with a huge all-night party Friday at the White House with stars including Beyoncé and Jay Z.

Multiple sources confirmed to Page Six that Michelle Obama is throwing a top-secret bash for the president to celebrate his last birthday in the White House.

We’re told that a host of stars will attend — including Usher, who’s expected to perform, as well as Obama’s favorite rapper Kendrick Lamar, and Jason Wu, who designed the first lady’s inaugural ball gowns in both 2009 and 2013.

Others who have made the guest list include Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, Sarah Jessica Parker, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Magic Johnson and Alonzo Mourning.

Dang, we wanna go too! Can we get an invite Chelly-O?

Of course it’s not just a celebrity thing, all the top name politicians will also be in the house:

Politicos expected at the celebration include Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

A source told us, “All the preparations and the guest list are being kept top-secret. The plan is to throw a party for the president to really let his hair down. There will be performances and a dance party that will go late into the night. Social media will be banned.”

Sources further said that the bash will not include a dinner, except for some light fare, and guests are being told to eat beforehand.

Sounds like it should be a blast, but we hope they don’t go too hard because the Obamas are planning to head to Martha’s Vineyard for their annual vacation Saturday.

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