13.Morning Joe's Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski
12.The Lead's Jake Tapper
11.The Today co-hosts
10.The View co-hosts
7.The Voice coaches
The Barden Bellas are invited to a top-secret riff-off at a random house one night. Turns out, it's organized and hosted by the self-proclaimed world's biggest a capella fan (played by Cross). He puts together an excellent line-up (see below) and category selection. The "I Dated John Mayer" one, for example, yields endless opportunities.
4.Reggie Watts, Jason Jons, Joe Lo Truglio, John Hodgman, and Joe Lo Truglio
2.President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Shonda Rhimes
When Fat Amy flashes everyone at the president's birthday celebration, we get a glimpse of President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama! Technically, they're not really there, but the film uses footage of the Obamas sitting in a box in a theater with the woman who gave us Grey's Anatomy and Scandal, Shonda Rhimes. It's unclear where this footage is from (Universal had no comment when BuzzFeed News asked), but it's fantastic nonetheless.
1.The Green Bay Packers
Clay Matthews, David Bakhtiari, Josh Sitton, T.J. Lang, and Don Barclay make their way into the movie, thanks to some "lobbying" and "desperate tweets" from Bakhtiari. And it's the best. I mean, you have professional football players in matching jackets competing in an undergroud, secret riff-off. Matthews is right: We weren't ready for this jelly.
BONUS: Sonia Sotomayor*
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