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Beyonce, Jay Z wow Golden Beach

 

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It was a starry, starry night Thursday on Golden Beach when Beyonce and Jay Z turned up on shore after Mrs. Carter wrapped up a sexy video shoot at the beachfront manse she rented for the occasion. According to our sources on site, police blocked off part of the tony town Thursday. The video was filmed at night, and residents were told if they didn’t film or take pictures during the shoot, Beyonce and her hubby, who’s performing the final leg of his Legends of Summer tour with Justin Timberlake, would come out and take pictures with them afterward. They kept their word and made some peoples’ nights. “Beyonce is beautiful!" gushed one witness. "Both could not have been kinder and more playful with the young kids and teenagers." Eyewitness Nicole Farchi Segal agreed, saying, "It was an honor meeting them, and they were incredibly nice!"

Bravo star-turned-talk show host Bethenny Frankel was in Miami Tuesday as part of her Calling All My Girls summer tour leading up to the premiere of her talk show, bethenny. Sporting a red bikini and matching ribbon-lined hat she surprised one lucky fan earlier in the day on the beach behind the Fontainebleau with a trip to NY to see her talk show and attend her exclusive premiere party after tweeting out her location Additionally, she surprised five party attendees at her event that night at South Beach’s Temple House with a trip for two to NY to see her talk show taping and attend her exclusive premiere party on Sept. 6. bethenny premieres at 10 a.m. Sept. 9 on Channel 10.

Seinfeld actor Jason Alexander booked a private room Tuesday night at Runyon’s in Coral Springs for a dinner party with his mother and friends.

FloRida was seen (yet again) Tuesday at Cameo, popping multiple bottles of champagne while singer Jason Derulo was busy high fiving fans and keeping legions of ladies entertained.

Singer Chris Cornell and model Adriana Lima were seen separately Tuesday night at Prime 112. On Wednesday night, director John Singleton and former Sopranos actor Michael Rispoli had dinner there.

With Telemundo’s Premios Tu Mundo Awards Thursday at the AmericanAirlines Arena, Zuma was abuzz with nominees, winners and losers. On Tuesday, Puerto Rican salsa signer Víctor Manuelle was spotted at the sushi counter, sampling a signature tasting menu. On Wednesday, singers Daddy Yankee, Cristian Castro and Tito “El Bambino” were all spotted separately. Tito headed back there on Thursday with his manager and friends for lunch, while “a beautiful” Aracely Arambula, Mexican actress/model/singer, was also spotted in the lounge.

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