Floyd Mayweather was spotted with an “extensive entourage,” says our spy, Wednesday night at b2 miami downtown. After arriving in a black Rolls Royce with “two attractive ladies” on his arm, Mayweather and his crew were escorted up to b2’s hospitality suite where they enjoyed a privately catered meal from the hotel’s gastro pub, Biscayne Tavern. On Thursday night, Mayweather was spotted with numerous bodyguards at the Aventura Mall, where he was seen checking out the Apple store.
LeBron James’ wife Savannah Brinson was seen Monday at Zuma, catching up with girlfriend Jenine Howard (Juwan’s wife), over a sushi lunch. Martina Navratilova and a friend had a relaxed dinner Tuesday in the restaurant’s sake lounge, where they opted for a tasting menu for the full Zuma experience. On Wednesday, singer/songwriter/record producer Prince Royce was seen there, sucking down baby back ribs with friends.
Governor Rick Scott was once again seen Wednesday night at his favorite Miami spot, Caffe Abbracci. He was there with a group of business associates.
If you have true talent (and not the kind some mothers bamboozle their kids into thinking they have) consider auditioning for America’s Got Talent’s Season 9 from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. Oct. 26 and 27 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. To pre-register for an audition spot, go to americasgottalentauditions.com.
Miami-based casting agent LaShawnna Stanley of Ethnicity Models, Talent and Casting has tapped the talent for Overtown, directed by Cess Silvera, best known for Shottas, a 2002 Jamaican crime film. The movie, shooting in Miami, is about three unlikely friends with big dreams and no money.
The government may not be the only thing to shut down. The Real Housewives of Miami continues its perilous plummet with just 653,000 viewers, down from 812,000 last week, according to Bravo Ratings. The blog also says that Monday night’s episode had the lowest rating of all its 32 previous episode. “It’s not long for this world,” says a television insider.