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Joe Jonas parties at Baoli (with friends, not brothers)


After shooting down rumors that he was addicted to heroin, Joe Jonas, of the recently broken up Jonas Brothers, was seen partying with six friends at an early, Black Swan-themed Halloween party Wednesday night at Baoli. Says our spy, “He was wearing a small black mask and was looking very healthy.” The group had a bottle of Absolut Elyx and Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque. Earlier that morning, Jonas joined his brothers on Good Morning America to explain that their break up was over a creative rift.

Jonas was not with model girlfriend Blanda Eggenschwiler, with whom he’s been seen a lot lately.

Model Adriana Lima stopped by the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to check out the luxury boats and ended up falling in love. Lima was seen hanging out and taking photos with fans on a Zeelander 44 yacht, an almost million-dollar handcrafted boat. After the brief rendezvous, Zeelander’s executives, John Slate and Sietse Koopmans, offered Lima an invitation to a special dinner for yacht owners, which she happily accepted. After a hearty meal of steaks and, of course, salad, Lima proclaimed her love for the company — by purchasing a Zeelander 44.

Red Bull Music Academy’s Culture Clash competition debuted in Miami on Thursday to a sold-out crowd at Grand Central Miami. Hosted by Miami’s YouTube sensation, Pepe Billete, the event featured several guest performers who joined the contestants onstage including T rick Daddy, The 69 Boys, Noreaga, Major Lazer, Quad City DJs, Serani, and JT Money.

Actress and Dwyane Wade’s girlfriend Gabrielle Union rang in her 41st birthday Monday night at Hyde AmericanAirlines Arena where she was surprised with a beautiful red velvet cake (her favorite) from Lee & Marie’s Cakery along with bottles of Moet & Chandon.

Then Union’s girlfriends took her to a surprise dinner which kicked off after midnight a t Catch, where they had the restaurant to themselves. On Wednesday night, New York Giants player Antrel Rolle, a regular at the New York location, was seen having dinner there with a friend. The player, we’re told, was friendly to a fan that came up to him when he left the restaurant.

Italian pop singer Laura Pausini was seen dining with friends Thursday night at Bianca at the Delano.

Governor Rick Scott had dinner Monday night at Caffe Abbracci. Scott was said to be feasting with "business associates," taking the time to greet each guest, waiter and staff member.

CSI:NY actor Hill Harper was seen having dinner Monday night at Prime 112. Hall of fame footballer Marshall Faulk was there on Wednesday.

Former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen was seen having a great time Monday night at SL at The James Royal Palm. Pippen stopped by with a friend and sipped on Don Julio 1942.

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