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Eva Longoria works out, steps out at Juvia

 

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Eva Longoria was spotted Sunday at the gym at the Blue and Green Diamond condo with her ex reality show contestant, Miami entrepreneur Ernesto Arguello. Later that night, the couple joined the developer/owners of 1111 Lincoln Road at Juvia. The group of six spent two and a half hours having a spirited time with several bottles of French Burgundy wine and Juvia lemonades.

Following their America’s Most Wanted tour stop Sunday night at the Cruzan Amphitheater, Lil’ Wayne and T.I. headed down to the Prestige Sundays party at Bamboo Miami Beach. Before their arrival, uber producer Timbaland hopped into the DJ booth with DJ E Feezy and "vibed out," says our source, before playing a new Justin Timberlake tune. T.I. , in tow with wife Tiny, arrived around 2 a.m., greeting Timbaland and wishing his wife a happy birthday before performing five songs. Wayne arrived shortly after T.I. and partied with Atlantic Records president Mike Kyser, Miami Heat player Mario Chalmers and boxer Adrien Broner, among others, until 4 a.m.

Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra had dinner with his girlfriend Friday night at Caffe Abbracci. Spoelstra signed autographs willingly for impressed, brazen diners who approached his table.

Comedian Kathy Griffin and her financial whiz BFF Suze Orman had dinner at Bongos at the Seminole Hard Rock following Griffin’s show Thursday night.

Former CSI: Miami star David Caruso had dinner with his family Saturday at BLT Steak,

Cafe Martorano’s colorful chef/owner and DJ Steve Martorano will be appearing on Kris Jenner’s new talk show, launching on Fox stations only in New York, LA, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Dallas and the Carolinas but also available on Jenner’s You Tube Channel on Wednesday. Martorano will be cooking his signature eggplant stack and chicken with fellow guest Mario Lopez.

Simon "Dirt Nasty" Rex performed Thursday night at the Rec Room with a motley crew in tow including UFC fighter Kimbo Slice.

Songwriter/producer Ezekiel Lewis was seen having an early dinner with a friend Sunday at Zuma.

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