* Heard on the Hill: Fitness instructor was "horrified" to find out that the Bush twins were in his spin class after he made jokes about the president and distributed a DVD of "Bushisms". . . Tennessee House candidate Joe Ford Jr. uses MySpace instead of an official campaign site. [Roll Call]


* Reliable Source: Drew Lachey and Steve Case are also attending the Correspondents' Association Dinner. . . Euan Blair has a late, antic-filled night. . . Birthday party for WRC anchor Wendy Rieger is nearly ruined by the Cheneys and the Rumsfelds. [WP]

* Under the Dome: Reps. Grace Napolitano (D-Calif.) and Lynn Westmoreland (R-Ga.) are the only House members who did not sponsor a single bill during this session. . . Princeton students Lauren Bush, presidential niece, and Harrison Frist, son of the senator, helped to select Bill Clinton as commencement speaker. [The Hill]

* Inside the Beltway: Politicians announce their commencement speech plans. . . Sandra Day O'Connor: "I was disappointed to see the percentage of women on the court drop by 50 percent." [WT]

* Rush & Molloy: Mick Jagger won't give up his hotel suite in Vienna for Bush. . . Bill Clinton, in Las Vegas, "enjoying Grey Goose, sea bass and apple pie." [NYDN]

* Lloyd Grove's Lowdown: Laura Bush holds White House screening of "Akeelah and the Bee." [NYDN]

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