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Green Ball, Take 2 (This Time, With Maroon 5 and Will.i.am)

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Adam Levine, of Maroon 5Washington hasn’t seen this much fun in….well, has it ever seen this much fun? It’s been a great week here in D.C., with so many celebs running from party to party that I’ve got to wonder whether the paparazzi who remained in New York and Los Angeles have anything to do.

Our week started on Sunday, with the Carrie Fisher-hosted Obama Pajama Party, a benefit for the Pajama Program, an organization that puts toasty PJs into the hands of needy children throughout this great land of ours. Among the celebs we bumped into included Bruce Cohen, the producer of Milk and TV’s reigning prince of deadpan, Mo Rocca. Last night, inauguration eve, we headed over to the National Portrait Gallery for the second Green Gala in as many nights. This one, hosted by Vice President Al Gore himself, featured performances by Will.i.am, Maroon 5 (whose lead singer, Adam Levine, is pictured here, Melissa Etheridge and John Legend. Tonight’s big shindig is the Creative Coaltion ball, with a glittering guest list, including Anne Hathaway, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins, Sting, Maggie Gyllenhaal and a host of others. For more photos of the Pajama Party and the Green Ball, visit new york insider tv.

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