Jamba Juice, beverage provider to the stars -- often appearing in the hands of Gisele Bundchen in US Weekly -- opened its first locations in D.C. on Tuesday, and it's already had its first D.C. celebrity sighting. In true Washington fashion, the star was not a Kardashian or a Jonas brother, but a member of the presidential Cabinet.
Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis appeared before a modest crowd at the store opening in Dupont. Additional star wattage was provided by Surgeon General Regina Benjamin. Solis donned an apron, posed for photos with a guy in a banana costume, and made remarks on Jamba Juice's role in President Obama's summer youth jobs program. The Dupont store and a second location at Union Station, both franchised by tennis star Venus Williams, are expected to employ 50 people.