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Posted at 1:59 PM ET, 02/ 4/2011

Hey, isn't that...?: Jon Bon Jovi at the Ritz-Carlton, the White House... (video)

By The Reliable Source

(Kyle Gustafson For The Washington Post)

  • Jon Bon Jovi dining Thursday night at Westend Bistro at the Ritz-Carlton. Black coat, red scarf, sweater. Now what's he doing here? His tour doesn't come to Verizon Center until the end of the month. Could it be... he's here on official White House business? Yes! President Obama in December nominated the loyal Democrat rocker to his White House Council for Community Solutions, which convened its first meeting Friday... and look! There's live streaming video of the meeting! He's the guy in the business suit on the right end of the table farthest from us, distinguishable only by the fabulous head of hair, nodding and taking notes as people talk about "leveraging resources" and "frameworks" and "catalysts for success." No, wait, don't move the camera! Aaarghhhh. Maybe he'll come back.

    Updated 3 p.m.: Sorry, show's over; nothing to see right now. We'll update again when the White House posts the exciting excerpts.

  • By The Reliable Source  | February 4, 2011; 1:59 PM ET
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