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Evelyn Lozada: prom princess

 
 
FILE - This March 7, 2011 file photo shows Evelyn Lozada posed at the Cosmopolitan Magazine's 'Fun Fearless Males of 2011' event in New York. As the Miami Dolphins took the field for practice Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, Chad Johnson was getting out of jail.  Hours later, he was out of work. The Dolphins terminated the six-time Pro Bowl receiver's contract about 24 hours after he was arrested in a domestic battery case involving his wife. The confrontation came barely a month after Johnson married Evelyn Lozada, who is on the reality TV show "Basketball Wives."   (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, File)
FILE - This March 7, 2011 file photo shows Evelyn Lozada posed at the Cosmopolitan Magazine's 'Fun Fearless Males of 2011' event in New York. As the Miami Dolphins took the field for practice Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, Chad Johnson was getting out of jail. Hours later, he was out of work. The Dolphins terminated the six-time Pro Bowl receiver's contract about 24 hours after he was arrested in a domestic battery case involving his wife. The confrontation came barely a month after Johnson married Evelyn Lozada, who is on the reality TV show "Basketball Wives."  (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, File)
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Evelyn Lozada pulled a Dwyane Wade, making a kid’s dream come true by accompanying Bloomfield, Mich., high school senior Anthony Nelson to his prom Wednesday night.

The affair was extra special because the New York City-raised entrepreneur had never attended prom as a teenager because she was pregnant with her daughter, aspiring model Shaniece Hairston.

The former Basketball Wives star shared photos of the two on Twitter and Instagram. She wore a red dress, because Anthony had requested that color when he asked her to be his date last year on Twitter. Not sure he requested that much cleavage, but it’s possible.

“OMG! Can I say THE BEST TIME EVER?!?” Lozada posted on her website, adding that he bought her a corsage.

“I’ve never had a corsage!” wrote Chad Ochocinco’s ex wife. “You guys don’t understand how HAPPY I was!! My date was decked out in a custom made tuxedo and black Chanel shoes looking as handsome as ever.”

Needless to say, Anthony is so the BMOC at West Bloomfield High School.

Putting it on the line

The search for America’s Top Hooker is on! The new Animal Planet competition reality series, premieres 10 p.m. Sunday.

Watch local spearfisher/paramedic/rescue diver Melanie Housh, from Key Largo, vie for the prize: $30,000, a truck, and the honor of being crowned the first “Top Hooker.”

“I feel the life and death situations I deal with in my job are going to give me an advantage,” Housh says of the show’s challenges.

Madeleine Marr

Magical Mysterio Tour

Kudos to Miami’s Flo Rida for keeping an open ear when it comes to collaborations. Canadian-based DJ/producer Marc Mysterio (yep, his real name), who won a lawsuit against Brandy in 2010 after she backed out of a collaboration deal for which she accepted $10,000, met with an exec at Flo Rida’s Miami-based record label Poe Boy Music Group and is now about to release a song, Booty on the Floor, featuring vocal sample from Flo’s 2010 single, Respirator.

The advanced buzz is loud.

“It has that old school arrangement in that the production from Marc Mysterio is what drives the song while Flo Rida’s vocals, although limited, are perfect to complement it with a new school twist — a prime time smash anywhere on Collins!” said Damon Drummond, founder of EDM blog dubsteppers.org.

Smash or not, Mysterio is thrilled for the opportunity.

“I’m so grateful that they all approved it as this is usually a major stumbling point when dealing with artists of this caliber,” he says.

Mysterio, who currently lives in Washington, D.C. is planning a move to Miami in the fall and says he wants to collaborate next with Rosemary Patricia “Pebe” Sebert, singer-songwriter and Ke$ha’s mother. “I have a song I’m working on called Who Got Milf to see if the three of us can vocal it together — to make light of the stereotype," Mysterio laughs.

For the first look and listen, go to http://youtu.be/rsup4MMyJ_E.

Lesley Abravanel

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