Star-Studded Motown Tribute Hits The White House

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For the past two years, the Obama White House has held an “In Performance” concert series celebrating diverse musical styles. Last night, a star-studded group of performers descended upon Washington D.C. to attend a Motown tribute in honor of Black History Month. Among the stars attending and performing at the event were Nick Jonas, Jordin Sparks, John Legend, Sheryl Crow, Glee cast members Mark Salling and Amber Riley, and Motown legend Smokey Robinson. The event was taped and will be broadcast on PBS this Tuesday, but for an advance glimpse of the performers, check out our gallery of the musicians as they arrived, prepared and mingled with fans before the show.

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[Photos: Splash News Online]