Hillary Clinton Fundraiser at Scooter Braun’s House Draws Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Young Hollywood

John Travolta, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Mary Steenburgen also attend the event at home of Justin Bieber‘s manager

While the Republican presidential candidates were busy in Ohio at the GOP primary debate, Hillary Clinton held a star-filled fundraiser in Los Angeles.

Clinton’s campaign hosted the event at the home of Scott Braun, the manager to Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, with a guest list that included Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Kris Jenner, as well as Hollywood A-listers John Travolta, Jeffrey Katzenberg and longtime Clinton friend Mary Steenburgen.

Along with sparking countless selfies with Clinton — including one of her sandwiched between Kim and Kanye — the night raised approximately $1 million to fund her bid for the White House.

“I got my selfie!!! I really loved hearing her speak & hearing her goals for our country! #HillaryForPresisent,” Kardashian tweeted, before realizing she had misspelled “president” and quickly correcting it.

The event, which was dubbed “Conversation with Hillary,” cost guests $2,700 each, the maximum contribution allowed under the law, and around 200 people were expected to attend.

While coinciding with Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie battling it out in the first GOP presidential debate in Cleveland, Clinton’s party also occurred just before Jon Stewart‘s final “Daily Show” episode aired on Comedy Central, in which Hillary made a cameo video appearance.

She acknowledged both of these major news events in a simple tweet, writing: “Missing Jon Stewart already. -H.”

Thursday night marked Clinton’s third trip to Hollywood since the launch of her second presidential bid in April. The former Secretary of State raised $3 million in a single day as she attended three separate events in Beverly Hills in May.

She also held fundraisers in June at the homes of actor Tobey Maguire and HBO executive Michael Lombardo.

See tweets and selfies from her latest event below.