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Obama Pajama Party May Be Greatest Inaugural Ball Of Them All

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Forget the black tie requirements and high heels! The kind of party you want to go to is the one where even Hugh Hefner would feel at ease in a smoking jacket and pajama bottoms. Thankfully, if you have $300 handy (and in this economy, who doesn’t!?), you can party like its a middle school sleepover at the Obama Pajama Party Inaugural celebration on January 18th.

Hosted by Star Wars alum Carrie Fischer, the evening will benefit the Pajama Program, a non-profit organization that delivers warm sleepwear and nurturing books to children in need, many of whom are waiting to be adopted. Expected guest include Marisa Tomei, Keira Knightly, Russell Simmons, LL Cool J, MTV VJ Lala and Fonzworth Bentley. Guests are invited to wear pajamas or black tie, nightgown or ball gown.

We’re not sure if dinner will be pizza (a traditional stable for sleepover parties), but if you’re game, a VIP table for ten is only $10,000. Trust us, you’ll be the coolest kid in school the next day if you can float that.

For more information, jump here.

For all the crazy inaugural balls happening in DC this weekend, check out the full list here.

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