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Michael Bublé, pregnant wife dine and dance in South Beach

Michael Bublé and wife Luisana Lopilato had dinner Wednesday at Bâoli in South Beach, where, says our spy, “they ordered half of the menu to try everything.” The crooner also ordered a bottle of Cristal champagne, which only he drank. They arrived at 8:30 p.m. and left around 1 a.m. Lopilato, several months pregnant with a baby boy, wanted to go back to the hotel to put on a dress and return to the restaurant to dance, which, amazingly, they did.

Rapper Fat Joe walked into Juvia on Thursday with 13 women, but, contrary to how it looked, it was for his wife’s birthday celebration. The party stayed until after 1 a.m.

Exotic car dealer Steven Kessler bought a Rolls-Royce Corniche from the Los Angeles estate sale of Hulk Hogan’s ex, Linda, Thursday for $120,000 and is selling it in his North Miami showroom, Kessler Auto Group, for $139,000. Kessler made a big deal earlier in the week when he sold a $130,000 Maybach to 82-year-old Tennessee mogul and philanthropist Millard Oakley.

TV host and local best-selling author Brad Meltzer, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez and Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho will help celebrate the charity City Year at its annual Red Jacket Ball on Saturday night at Miami Circle Park. How much does Meltzer appreciate the help of local leaders, who have put almost 200 mentors in Miami’s most challenged schools? In his newest No. 1 bestseller, The Fifth Assassin, there’s a DC police officer named Carvalho. “The real Carvalho is far more heroic,” Meltzer said. “Plus, he’s got far better hair.”

Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova had dinner Wednesday with a group of friends at Caffe Abbracci. Iglesias was overheard talking to owner Nino Pernetti about a chapter in the new Abbracci cookbook in which the restaurateur recalls working in a hotel in Acapulco, Mexico, in 1972 and hiring Iglesias’s father, Julio, to sing at the grand opening.

Attending a private function Tuesday on the Betsy Hotel’s roof deck, rumored 2016 Presidential candidate Jeb Bush was seen enjoying views and the food from the hotel’s restaurant, BLT Steak.

Lil Jon was seen hosting a group of local Miami DJs, including DJ Konflict for a special Tequila Don Julio dinner Thursday at Hakkasan to kick off Ultra Music Festival.

In town for the World Baseball Classic, baseball star and former Marlins player Hanley Ramirez, representing the Dominican Republic, was seen dining with a group of teammates Monday afternoon at Toro Toro at the InterContinental Miami. A few tables away, Tracy and Alonzo Mourning were seen cozying up to each other during a midday date.

Prime 112 was a hotbed of athletes last week. On Monday, Team USA manager Joe Torre and legendary pitcher and pitching coach Greg Maddux were seen dining with a group of people. Other baseball players seen there included Carlos Beltran (St. Louis Cardinals) , Shane Victorino (Boston Red Sox) , and Adam Jones (Baltimore Orioles).

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