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Jessica Simpson makes confession at White House Correspondents’ dinner

By Staff

Days after the media learned that Jessica Simpson doesn’t brush her teeth that often, the MTV starlet made it clear that she has higher goals: She wants to be Michelle Obama.

“Everything she does she exudes confidence,” Simpson told People magazine at the White House Correspondents’ dinner, “She’s such an incredible woman and she’s with such a powerful man.”

However, if Simpson truly desires to emark on the path of becoming the next Michelle Obama, she will need to start using Arm & Hammer baking soda toothpaste frequently as well as ditching such non-politico boyfriends like John Mayer.

Simpson along with Michael Douglas, Bradley Cooper and Justin Bieber were just some of the celebrity names popping up at the annual Washington, D.C. event.

“It’s sort of like Oscar night,” joked comedian Bill Maher with People, “It’s great to mingle with America’s real intellectual heavyweights. I saw the Jonas Brothers, Justin Bieber, Jessica Simpson, Ryan Seacrest – I can’t wait to talk politics.”

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