And that's a wrap for convention season! After covering the RNC in Tampa, it's been a whirlwind week at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC. We've talked with a variety of people, attended political soirees, and watched Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, and President Barack Obama deliver rousing speeches to the party's faithful at the convention. To see what we've been up to at the DNC, check out our pics of the celebrities we interviewed, the parties we attended, and other behind-the-scenes shots now. And don't forget to follow TrèsSugar on Instagram.
The Golden Gate Bridge peeked out from the fog as we took our flight from San Francisco to Charlotte, NC.
Planned Parenthood supporters were out in full force in Charlotte. Wearing hot-pink "Yes we plan!" shirts, they were easy to spot.
We picked up our colorful credentials on Tuesday.
Pinkberry made sure the media had access to yummy froyo.
MSNBC set up shop in Charlotte's EpiCentre.
TrèsSugar editor Annie Scudder hung with Far East Movement during a Rock the Vote event on Tuesday.
Barbara Lee of the platform drafting committee spoke on Tuesday afternoon.
Michelle was in the house!
We caught up with Alexis Bledel, a surrogate for Obama, after Michelle Obama's speech.
On Monday, Planned Parenthood threw a Sex, Politics, and Cocktails party.
On Wednesday we spotted Sandra Fluke, a rising women's rights activist.
The DNC was a better time than ever to test out this Starbucks drink.
Nancy Pelosi joined EMILY's List to talk about fundraising for pro-choice women candidates at the Campaign and Champagne reception.
Annie stopped by Huffington Post's Oasis, a retreat center filled with healthy food, water, plush couches, and lots of candles.
Oh hey, Barack. It has been all about the big man on campus this week.
Bill Clinton fired up the Democratic faithful on Wednesday night.
After President Clinton's speech on Wednesday night, some convention-goers enjoyed a party on the top of the Ritz, where synchronized swimmers entertained the guests.
Obama supporter Will.i.am was at the party at the Ritz and hosted some people back in his suite. The DJ kept the political party going in the room.
Annie had a shoe-off with Will.i.am, who was sporting some spiked Louboutins.
This Starbucks line was dangerously long. At least there was caffeine at the end.
Where press swag bags go to die.
Annie was in her seat ready for the countdown to Obama to begin!
Going to Carolina with James Taylor.
These "Middle Class First" signs were everywhere inside the DNC.
It was a family affair with Mary J. Blige's performance.
They did a moving thank-you tribute to the troops at the DNC complete with special signage.
These signs and flags were passed out to attendees at the convention.
Obama accepted the nomination.
Love those Obama girls.