Barack, Michelle Cordially Invite You for Dinner With Shonda Rhimes: Cost $25,000

Friday, 11 Jul 2014 02:14 PM

By Jim Meyers

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President Barack Obama is going Hollywood — again.

And you don't have to be a Tinseltown VIP to meet Obama and first lady Michelle face-to-face.

But it will cost you – and big!

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On July 23, the president will attend a photo reception and dinner at the home of Shonda Rhimes, producer of the ABC medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" and the political thriller "Scandal,"  with "Scandal" star Kerry Washington hosting.

The price for attending the photo reception and taking a photo with the president is $5,000 per person.

For a mere $10,000, you can also sit down to dinner with Obama.

Is Obama running again? Not exactly, but he is filling the coffers of the DNC.

Earlier, on July 15, Michelle Obama will attend a small roundtable discussion and field questions for an hour. Attendance will set a guest back $5,000.

Packages are also available. The $15,000 special includes attendance for two guests at the Michelle Obama roundtable and the July 23 reception and photo with the president.

And the $25,000 package includes the first lady roundtable plus a seat at a small roundtable with President Obama on July 24.

And for a tidy $32,000, two guests can attend the photo reception and dinner with the president, and one can claim a seat at the president's roundtable on July 24.

The July visit will reportedly be President Obama's 18th fundraising trip to Los Angeles since he took office.

In September, he appointed Rhimes to the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Board of Directors.

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