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Jada Pinkett Smith, kids check out Zuma, Bieber show

Jada Pinkett Smith was seen Saturday night walking through the Delano in a “beautiful orange dress,” says our spy. The star spent some time chatting and sipping drinks with a male described as “the family manager” in a poolside cabana at the Delano Beach Club where she stayed for about an hour. On Sunday, Pinkett Smith and her kids Willow and Jayden were seen having dinner at Zuma after they were spotted at the Justin Bieber concert.

Kate Beckinsale and a friend had dinner Saturday night at Juvia. The two arrived around 10 p.m. and had a Patron Paloma cocktail before ordering a feast of a dinner that included Burrata, stone crab and an “Exotic Apple” dessert. The pair left around 1 a.m.

Two days before his Rolls Royce crashed into a Fort Lauderdale apartment building after an alleged driveby shooting, rapper Rick Ross was seen Friday night at his favorite restaurant, Prime 112. The rapper dined with friends and ordered his favorite items including the lobster bisque — a dish he told Rolling Stone that he likes to eat for breakfast — to go.

St. Louis Cardinals player John Jay celebrated his 27th birthday Saturday night at The Forge. The lounge area was closed off to the public for the bash that included guests like fellow baseball player Sean Twitty.

Convicted felon, author and radio host Kevin Trudeau hosted an exclusive dinner Sunday night at The Forge. Trudeau, faces a $37 million dollar fine for making false claims regarding his books.

Bottle of red? Bottle of white? Try bottle of water, but Billy Joel was recently seen feasting on Italian favorites with friends at Il Mulino at Acqualina Resort & Spa.

VH1 is in town filming its third season of Master of the Mix, a “weekly celebration of the hottest and fastest-growing art form: deejaying” hosted by Amanda Seales and featuring a heavy hitter panel of DJs including Kid Capri and Mia Moretti and music exec Ben Maddahi. Among the celebrity guests: Miami’s DJ Irie, Lil John and Biz Markie. The game show crowns one DJ with the Master of the Mix title and $250,000 in cash. The show, in town until Feb. 4, is filming at undisclosed locations.

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