Famous people are part of the package
Madames like Jenny aren't overseeing the stereotypical group of women frequenting street corners -- they're arranging nights, weekends, or vacations with companionship to the tune of four and five figures a night. That means money, and money means celebrities.
One of Jenny's straight jobs was as a promoter for a Vegas nightclub. During that time, she gave VIP treatment to visiting bigwigs -- including sports stars, politicians, musicians, and the head coach of a college basketball team.
Jenny claimed she wasn't particularly starstruck by most of these encounters: they were just more chances to make big money. But one time, as a madame, Jenny set up an encounter for a lead player on her favorite basketball team. She found out he was coming to town through a handler, made arrangements through that intermediary, found a "partner" for him, and arranged "delivery." She was excited to meet the athlete during the hand-off; but admitted to ultimately feeling a little disappointed in him for his proclivities.