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Monday, April 8, 2013

Photos: Matthew Perry Unimpressed by Bill Clinton; Stephen Colbert at Wash. U. And More!

Posted By on Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 12:39 PM

click to enlarge Colbert in St. Louis this weekend. - JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW
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  • Colbert in St. Louis this weekend.

It was a big weekend for celebs in St. Louis. Stephen Colbert was here to interview Bill Clinton at Washington University. Mike Tyson was here for his one-man show. Oh, and Matthew Perry was also at the Wash. U. event. (And Chelsea Clinton. And Jack Dorsey. And others.)

(It's also a major week for St. Louis celebs being celebs out in the world, too!)

Check out RFT's photos below from the Clinton Global Initiative University event...plus our favorite tweet from Perry, who is totally unimpressed by the former president of the United States.

"Whatevs," he tweeted:

And here's a video from the event, followed by our best photos of Clinton, Colbert and others:

JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW
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Matthew Perry. - JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW
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JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW
Twitter founder and St. Louis native Jack Dorsey. - JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW
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  • Twitter founder and St. Louis native Jack Dorsey.
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Chelsea Clinton. - JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW
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JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW
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JON GITCHOFF / RFT SLIDESHOW

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