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Real Madrid soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo partied heavily Tuesday night at WALL Lounge with an all-female entourage. The liquor was flowing as they threw back Rosé, vodka and tequila cocktails while dancing and flirting atop the nightclub’s banquets. The crew wrapped things up at about 3 a.m. to continue the partying at a mystery location. Ronaldo was seen Wednesday night at Bâoli Miami, where he came in with two bodyguards for a 9 p.m. dinner. A guest at the restaurant sent a bottle of Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé to his table. After dinner he walked around the restaurant with his bodyguards as lots of "models" approached him. "He left with a few of them later that night,” says our mole. Ronaldo was also seen Tuesday night with friends at the Rose Bar at the Delano and having a laid back lunch Wednesday afternoon at Zuma with two friends.

Pop singer/actor Chayanne was seen at Tuesday at the Mariano Bartolome Indoor Golf School at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami where he was perfecting his golf swing with his long-time coach, Mariano Bartolome. The coach mentioned he was there for two days, working rigorously on improving his swing and his overall game.

W South Beach Hotel & Residences hosted an exclusive preview screening Wednesday night of the second season premiere of the STARZ original series, Magic City. The event included a special appearance by actress Dominik Garcia-Lorido, who plays the role of Mercedes Lazaro. The daughter of actor Andy Garcia looked stunning in a Fendi dress, Valentino heels and Hunting Season clutch, as she introduced the screening and spoke about her experience filming and living in Miami. Garcia-Lorido will next be seen in the movie Heat, starring alongside actor Jason Statham.

Music video director Hype Williams had dinner Wednesday with his daughter at Zuma.

Luis Miguel had dinner Monday night in The Forge’s private Board Room.

Miami Marlins pitcher Ricky Nolasco had a 30 oz. Tomahawk Ribeye at dinner with his girlfriend Thursday night at Meat Market.

So You Think You Can Dance winners Chehon Wespi-Tschopp and Eliana Girard had a big dinner party Tuesday at Prime 112 for 20 of their closest friends including dancer/entrepreneur Gil Stroming. On Wednesday afternoon, Brazilian Formula One driver Felipe Massa dined with friends in the wine room.

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