VH1 Reality TV Star Brandi M. at AVN Awards

LAS VEGAS - Reality TV star Brandi M. of VH1's "Rock of Love Charm School" attended the AVN Adult Movie Awards Saturday night with Paradise Visuals co-owner Jason Green.

The pair walked the AVN Awards red carpet, hung out at Wasted Space inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, made the scene at Prive and Spearmint Rhino, and wound up back at the Hard Rock at 6:30 a.m.

Brandi won the $100,000 grand prize on "Charm School," a spin-off of "Rock of Love" in which cast-offs from both seasons of the Bret Michaels dating series competed in etiquette challenges before a panel of judges led by Sharon Osbourne.

Before she was a reality TV star, Brandi worked as a stripper and performed for the hardcore porn website AmateurFacials.com. She bravely acknowledged her porn past on the final episode of the series, and made a gracious appearance on a "Charm School" reunion show that aired just before the AVN expo.

"I knew she was a cool girl, when at the awards she wanted to climb over a row to get to our seats in a dress with no underwear," Green said. "I think I told her I loved her right then."

Photos of Jason and Brandi began popping up on celeb and pop-culture Web sites immediately following the big night of the AVN Awards.

"I guess from now on, I’ll take photographers on all my dates," Green laughed. "I think because of her past people might be surprised that she is was with me, but right now I'll just say we’re friends. We'll see what happens; I'm a charming guy."

Paradise Visuals hosted two parties during the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo with porn legend Randy West singing for the label's unofficial house band, the Sin City Sinners.

"Let 'em know homebody can do something besides porn," said West, who took a stab at a recording career in the mid-'70s before entering the adult industry. "I fucked by accident - I sang on purpose." 

Among the classic X-rated stars who signed for Paradise Visuals during AEE were West, Christy Canyon, Inari Vachs, Tammi Ann, and Debi Diamond. John Wayne Bobbit was also on hand to promote the label's re-issue of his two infamous porn flicks from the '90s.