OMG, are they gonna throw an #AntiNerdProm!?
The White House Correspondents' Dinner is typically the most glamorous night of the year for politicians.
But given Donald Trump's contentious relationship with the media, it's no surprise some outlets are choosing to bow out of this year's celebration.
Magazine spokesperson Natalie Raabe confirmed The New Yorker will cancel its annual kickoff party. It was also announced that Vanity Fair will not co-sponsor the after-party, which is usually the hottest shindig in town.
Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair editor and vocal Trump opposer, will be spending the weekend fishing instead of hosting the star-studded bash.
When asked why he was skipping out on the dinner, Carter simply said: