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Alicia Keys offers fans chance to be in video

 

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BlackBerry’s newly appointed Global Creative Director Alicia Keys is giving fans in Miami a chance to be featured in her “Set the World on Fire” show March 23 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Fans can submit pictures of themselves through the BlackBerry Keep Moving Hub at http://keepmoving.blackberry.com/desktop/en/us/home.html. The pictures will then be used to make a music video for Keys’ song Hallelujah, which will be played during the concert. Deadline for submissions is Monday.

John Leguizamo had dinner Monday night, party of eight, at Juvia. The party, mostly organizers of the Miami Film Festival, planned on just cocktails but ended up ordering a slew of appetizers that were “devoured” in less than an hour.

Trey Songz had a late dinner with his girlfriend Monday night at Zuma. On Wednesday, Naughty by Nature front man Treach stopped by for a drink at the bar prior to his gig at LIV.

Ivanka Trump, in town for the Cadillac Championship at Doral, took her baby daughter to Jungle Island Tuesday afternoon. She came in with general admission tickets and, unlike her bombastic father, stayed under the radar during her visit, we hear.

Chace Crawford was seen dining Tuesday at Bianca at the Delano with two “pretty girls,” says a spy. After dinner, Crawford was seen grabbing a drink at FDR at Delano (where Flo Rida was also seen sipping the Dom Perignon) before heading over to Tommy Pooch’s party at Bamboo where he was seen “chatting up the ladies.” The former Gossip Girl star was also seen enjoying R&R throughout the week at the Delano where he took some time to relax Tuesday afternoon at the hotel’s spa.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess and former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Nat Moore were on hand Monday in the Dolphins’ locker room where they congratulated 17 year-old Marisa Rosen of Boca Raton on winning the BankUnited 4 Downs for Finance, an essay writing contest to promote financial literacy.

Jiffy Lube hosted its annual national oil change competition, J-Team All Stars, Tuesday in South Miami. Helio Castroneves, three-time Indy 500 Champion and Dancing With the Stars champ, was there to cheer on the three finalist teams. The team from Eugene, Ore., took home the winning title and $10,000.

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