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Here's What Went Down At Our Coachella Party

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Jojo performed, for one

Weekend one of Coachella is always the best, so we re-upped our Midnight Garden Party theme for another amazing celebration this past Friday.

If you want to know the general vibe of the party, look no further than the trailer for Booksmart. Olivia Wilde's directorial debut, starring Beanie Feldman and Kaitlyn Dever, were our title sponsors, so they definitely brought the tone of the party way up. We'd like to think it was reminiscent of those high school parties that you snuck into as a freshman, but way cooler. This party had Lyft shuttles bringing guests to and from the estate, so you could have as much to drink (legally!) as you wanted. Depending on your drink of choice, we also had Ketel One Botanical, CANN cannabis-infused tonic, and Harmless Harvest coconut water flowing.

Warner Bros Records came through with our performers. Our main star of the night was early '00s sweetheart Jojo, with RÜFÜS DU SOL closing her out. Not only that but, in partnership with ShoeDazzle, Erika Jayne (yes, that Erika Jayne) also performed a DJ set by our pool and brought in some of her fellow Housewives to help out.

There were plenty of prime photo opportunities, from the NYLON decor to the Erika Jayne x ShoeDazzle shoe wall to the Booksmart decorations. One of our faves, however, was an art installation that we set up with Uninterrupted. Artist Tracy Guiteau and tennis player Naomi Osaka teamed up to create a makeshift "hurricane" out of Yonex tennis balls, which symbolized Osaka's wave of change-making.

Below, take a look inside our party, including who performed, who attended, and what went down.

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Absolutely drippin'.

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She looks like she's having the most fun.

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Booksmart brought the inspiration for this mirror decal.

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This will be me on May 24 (when the movie comes out), thank you very much.

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Another motto to live by, shown off well by a guest.

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We took Polaroids of guests all night to remember the party by.

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna was really into the CANN tonic, and we don't blame her.

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Ashlee Simpson-Ross giving us serious leg.

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Lil' Romeo dropped by, too.

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Shaun Ross swung by after a day on the festival grounds.

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Here's Erika Jayne pre-set in her money hair bows.

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Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross visited our "Truth or Dare"-style spin the wheel game, which led Ross to do his best version of the worm.

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Our fave Coachella stage.

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The Kaplan twins are the new Mary-Kate and Ashley, pass it on.

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Anwar Hadid rocking a hot-and-cold outfit.

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Jojo and Gallant before Jojo was set to take the stage.

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We will all remember where we were when Hadid met the Rosses.

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Alisha Boe, Ross Butler, and Vanessa Morgan were having the most fun.

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Rickey Thompson's shades are part of his look, TYVM.

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Harmless Harvest is the best party drink, whether you're sober or just in need of some intense hydration.

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Come on faux fur!

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JOJO.

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Please stand by while we regain consciousness. Jojo was just perfect.

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Us after one Ketel One Botanical drink.

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Erika Jayne DJ'ing it up.

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She brought her fellow Real Housewives cast members to help her out in the booth.

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Our pool's aesthetic was unmatched.

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A couple selects from Jayne's line with ShoeDazzle.

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Markus Molinari and Johnny Wujek modeling our new favorite trend: tennis ball fashion.

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An entire vibe.

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Once the night ended, your carriage awaited.

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