Obama Honors Italy's Leader During Final State Dinner
Celebrities and politicians helped Obama raise a glass to Italy and its leader who stands with the United States as an ally on many issues.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama pose for the official picture with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Italian First Lady Agnese Landini prior to the state dinner at the White House in Washington DC, Oct. 18. The Obamas are hosting their final state dinner featuring celebrity chef Mario Batali and singer Gwen Stefani performing after dinner.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his wife Jessica Seinfeld
Actor John Turturro and his wife Katherine Borowitz
Celebrity cook Rachael Ray and her husband John Cusimano
Rapper Chance Bennett
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest and Natalie Earnest
Host of NBC's "Meet the Press" Chuck Todd and Kristian Todd
Italian film director and actor Roberto Benigni and his actress wife Nicoletta Braschi
New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his girlfriend and television chef Sandra Lee
Tamron Hall of MSNBC and Jonathan Todd Capehart
Former racing driver Mario Andretti and Barbra Andretti-Curto
Frank Ocean and Katonya Breaux
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and Paul Pelosi
Fashion designer Naeem Khan and his wife Ranjana Khan
ABC News Chief Anchor and the Chief Political Correspondent George Stephanopoulos and Alexandra Wentworth
Musicians Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani talk with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and chef Sandra Lee before President Barack Obama and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi deliver their toasts on the South Lawn of the White House.
President Barack Obama toasts Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi during the final State Dinner of his administration.
President Barack Obama speaks during a toast to Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi