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X Factor judge Paulina Rubio had a late dinner Tuesday night at Juvia. Rubio and a male companion ate their way through the restaurant’s signature dishes until 1 a.m. Rubio — who was divorced last year — was, says a spy, “Definitely on a date. They were sitting next to each other like a couple. It was late and there weren’t many people around.” It is unclear if the man was Jerry Bazúa, her rumored boyfriend, or someone new. Spies say Rubio was drinking sake, so it’s unlikely, as rumor has it, that she’s preggo.

Matt Nordgren, ex-NFL player turned actor whose latest role is allegedly that of Lindsay Lohan’s boyfriend, was seen having dinner Wednesday night at Prime 112. Dining under the radar that night was director/screenwriter John Singleton. On Thursday afternoon, comedian Craig Robinson lunched there.

Israeli hunks Michael Aloni and Nicholas Jacob, stars of the gay-romance thriller Out in the Dark, will do an intro and Q&A for the 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. shows Sept. 28 at Coral Gables Cinema.

Venezuelan presidential candidate Henrique Capriles dined Sunday with friends at Caffe Abbracci. Miami attorney Mark Eiglarsh is on the West Coast next week, filling in as host for Dr. Drew on HLN at 9 p.m. Thursday.

Oklahoma City Thunder’s Serge Ibaka celebrated his 24th birthday with a Pernod-sponsored party Wednesday at Baoli. Among those spotted in his entourage were his girlfriend/singer Keri Hilson, model Chanel Iman and teammate Kevin Durant.

Rapper/actor/member of the Wu Tang Clan, Method Man, set FDR at the Delano ablaze Monday night with a performance in celebration of marketing director Chris Paciello’s birthday. The Grammy-winning rhymer hung out with friends and performed his legendary hits Method Man and I’ll Be There for You/You’re All I Need to Get By and Da Rockwilder.

Following his Italian honeymoon, LeBron James will be making his first appearance as a married man Sept. 27 when he steps out in his brand ambassador role for Audemars Piguet watches at a private party in South Beach.

On Tuesday, Miami Dolphin Richie Incognito surprised Ely High School senior Vanessa Civil with a 2013 Sun Life Rising Star Award and $5,000 scholarship. ChildNet, the community-based care lead agency in Broward, nominated Civil and received a $50,000 grant.

Chicano band Las Cafeteras brought its unique personality — donkey jawbone and marimbol in hand — from L.A. this week to open for Juanes at a Dewaristas private event at Grand Central. Juanes followed with a performance of his own of crowd favorites A Dios le Pido and La Camisa Negra.

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