Comedian Kenan Thompson will host this year's annual White House correspondent's dinner in Washington D.C.
Thompson is the longest-tenured "Saturday Night Live" cast member. With 17 years under his belt at "SNL," he had also set a record for the most celebrity impressions in the show's history.
The Emmy award winner began his career as a child star on Nickelodeon's "All That."
While past presidents have typically attended the dinner, President Trump has skipped it 3 years in a row.
The White House correspondent's dinner is April 25th.