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Buble & wife shop for baby in Wynwood

Michael Bublé and wife Luisana Lopilato were seen shopping for baby gear Sunday afternoon at the new Genius Jones store at 28th Street and Northeast Second Avenue in Wynwood. The Canadian-born crooner and his Argentine, lingerie model wife posted a video on YouTube in January announcing that she’s pregnant with their first child. The couple, who jumped out of a chauffeur-driven black SUV, looked at strollers and cribs but didn’t buy. Bublé asked her if she wanted to buy anything and, like a typical superstitious expectant mother, she said she just wanted to have a look around.

President Bill Clinton was spotted having dinner with a large group in the private wine room Saturday at Zuma. As he left, he was seen leaning over the Robata kitchen to thank the chef. A few diners applauded him, and in true Clintonian fashion, the former prez waved and greeted all guests and staff upon leaving. Also spotted at the restaurant were Rosie O’Donnell and wife Michelle Rounds, sharing a quiet night out on Friday.

Twilight’s Kellan Lutz was seen hanging out and dancing with some friends Friday night at Rec Room. Later, Lutz was spotted making a quick stop by SL Miami at The James Royal Palm, where he and his buddies were seen hanging out with a bachelorette party, dancing and drinking Moet. On Saturday night, NY Giants running back Andre Brown was seen enjoying a night out with Friends at Rec Room.

Rick Ross, S hemar Moore, Jim Kelly and John Singleton were seen Saturday night at Prime 112. On Thursday, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was seen enjoying dinner at Prime Italian.

Sunday was Guys’ Day Out at the Mondrian South Beach as Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, Fat Joe, Meek Mills and Plaxico Burress spent the day partying by the pool. The guys, who were with a group of about 50, ordered vodka and pitchers of mojitos. Johnson, however, stuck to cranberry juice and Red Bull.

Lauded Momofuku chef David Chang and his fiancee have been spotted around Miami at restaurants including two newly opened ones: pizza spot Lucali and Dolce Italian.

Pro Bowl and Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall had dinner Saturday night in The Forge’s wine cellar. Marshall was accompanied by a young lady, and they were seen laughing and conversing for hours. Lobbyist and former presidential candidate Dick Gephardt was seen Thursday at Caffe Abbracci, which is undoubtedly the go-to restaurant for visiting and resident politicians.

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