According to a source shopping Thursday at Levinson Jewelers in Fort Lauderdale, Kardashian baby daddy Scott Disick and a male friend were seen browsing expensive watches (for him) and large diamond rings (for her). Could Disick finally be making girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian his wife or was he just playing it up for the TV cameras? We won’t hold our breath. We asked a store spokesperson if Disick actually bought anything and were told that under client confidentiality they couldn’t say.
Skyfall stars Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem were seen having dinner Wednesday at Azul at the Mandarin Oriental, where they were staying during a junket promoting the new James Bond movie.
Tracy Anderson, fitness trainer to the likes of Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez, will be hosting a Detox Event in Miami at Body & Soul fitness in Coral Gables Nov. 3-9. The $3,000 week includes workouts, prepared food, body assessment, wellness gift bag, lectures and more. Anderson is best known for a recent backlash after an interview in September’s Dujour magazine where she bashed women who gained too much weight while pregnant. Anderson later apologized. To sign up, go to tracyandersonmethod.com.
Miami-based attorney and frequent cable news talking head Mark Eiglarsh is heading to NY for an appearance on Monday’s 11 a.m. live broadcast of The View. Eiglarsh is partaking in a segment called “Ask the Lawyers” featuring HLN’s Ryan Smith and CNN’s legal analyst Sunny Hostin. Topics on the docket: Lance Amstrong, Britney Spears and George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin.
Miami Heat player Juwan Howard and his wife Jenine are hosting a fundraiser for their Juice Foundation benefiting the UM Comprehensive Cancer Center 5 p.m. Saturday at the W South Beach. There will be a fashion show with 30 children, many affected by cancer, working the runway in the latest by Oxygene. The event also features a live performance by R&B teen quartet Mindless Behavior and celeb guests including LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Udonis Haslem, Timbaland and Rick Ross. Tickets are $150 for seats, $100 for general admission. To purchase: www.juicefoundation.org.