On Monday, USA Today announced just what stars the paper would be bringing to this year's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, taking place later this month. The daily newspaper will bring "Friends" and "Cougar Town" actress Courteney Cox, "Glee" guest star and Broadway great Kristin Chenoweth, Kate Walsh from "Private Practice" and, finally, Josh Gad, who currently appears on NBC's White House comedy "1600 Penn." Other news outlets are bringing Kevin Spacey, Elizabeth Banks, Matthew Perry and Eric Stonestreet, according to a recent story from the Hollywood Reporter.