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Craig Ferguson Books a Dinner with the President

Hey, Craig Ferguson, you've just become a U.S. citizen! Now what are you going to do? "As soon as I became an American, I thought, 'You know what is going to happen,'" Ferguson told his Late Late Show audience Monday night. "'I am going to get jury duty, or the CIA is going to get in touch and get me to assassinate a foreign [head of] state or something like that.' Something boring."Well, not quite. Ferguson, who became a citizen last Friday, on April 26 will be performing at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, where he'll sit at the head table with President and Mrs. Bush and crack wise for the 2,800 journalists, congressmen and smattering of celebrities who attend. "Does he know I can't be kicked out now?" Ferguson wondered about the president. — Mickey O'Connor

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Hey, Craig Ferguson, you've just become a U.S. citizen! Now what are you going to do? "As soon as I became an American, I thought, 'You know what is going to happen,'" Ferguson told his Late Late Show audience Monday night. "'I am going to get jury duty, or the CIA is going to get in touch and get me to assassinate a foreign [head of] state or something like that.' Something boring."
Well, not quite. Ferguson, who became a citizen last Friday, on April 26 will be performing at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, where he'll sit at the head table with President and Mrs. Bush and crack wise for the 2,800 journalists, congressmen and smattering of celebrities who attend. "Does he know I can't be kicked out now?" Ferguson wondered about the president. - Mickey O'Connor