Los Angeles, CA - June 25, 2007 - (BlackPressMagazine.com) - As proof of their popularity, the Charm School girls hosted a hot party in Los Angeles, CA on June 24, 2007. The club reached capacity and even some of the nation's most important stars couldn't gain entrance.

Award winning producer, songwriter and singer Ne-Yo and Mario were turned away, not once, but twice after club workers failed to recognize them. Black Press Magazine's DC Livers was on hand for the party that included Charm Schoolers Saaphyri and Shay "Buckeey" Johnson.

Some of the lucky celebrities who made it into the party were 'newcoming' rap sensation H-Flo whose new track with Jazzy Pha "Look at your boy" on the 'Philthy Rich Records' label is doing well. H-Flo was joined by Lil' Jon and others inside the one story building that featured trendy furniture and sexy drinks.

Wearing skin-tight jeans, a tiny shirt that stopped just above her belly button, Buckeey Johnson showed off her video vixen dance moves as Saaphyri rocked a black dress to match her hair.

Earlier that day, Saaphyri participated in the 2007 BET Awards media day ceremony the next day stealing the show by wearing a body hugging white top with a built-in corset that delighted the fellas as cleavage spilled over, painted on jeans that showed off her 4 plus feet legs and complimented by a part of gold boots that went up just above her knee. She was joined by Asian beauty Leilene whose speech was truly heartfelt and well received. The girls managed to impress a room filled with journalists before posing for photos on the main stage.

We also caught up with ousted Charm School contestant Schatar a.k.a. Hottie for an exclusive and emotional podcast interview that was so unexpected that you won't believe it until you hear it. Larissa "Bootz" Hodge Aurora attended the BET Awards wearing a pretty hot pink dress, light brown hair and strappy-sandals.

While in Los Angeles, Buckeey made an appearance in the video taping of former co-star Deelishis' video for her new single, "Rump Shaker."

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