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Ryan reunites with Hough at Bianca

 
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Seacrest back in? Maybe. On Sunday, Ryan Seacrest had brunch at Bianca at the Delano with ex-girlfriend Julianne Hough, and the guy who writes many of his paychecks — president and chief financial officer of CC Media Holdings, Clear Channel Communications and Clear Channel Capital, Richard Bressler. No signs of Hough Sunday night, however, as Seacrest, Bressler and a party of other Clear Channel execs dined at Hakkasan.

Rapper Lil Jon held court Friday night at swanky strip club E11even Miami. He and his crew were in for after-hours partying, taking over a few VIP tables in the main pit area. The crowd was said to be so hyped by his appearance that a neighboring table ordered a bottle of pricey Ace of Spades champagne and sent it over to him. In between his champagne sipping, he posed for pictures with guests. We asked if he took advantage of the club's notorious private rooms, but alas, no, he didn't really have to. “There was plenty of eye candy strutting around his table,” says our spy.

Travie McCoy, lead singer of Gym Class Heroes, fueled up Saturday at local food truck BC Tacos at the Cadillac Championship in Doral — twice — before headlining a concert.

Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer were seen Friday at a private VIP reception at db Bistro Moderne for the love story, Elsa and Fred, which opened the 31st Annual Miami International Film Festival. Anne Hathaway turned out at the Olympia Theatre downtown that evening to support the Hollywood veterans. The actress later dined at Toro Toro, ordering heirloom tomato salad, parmesan scallops and ceviche Nikkei, followed by grilled red snapper with sweet potato puree and arugula salad. Hathaway washed it all down with a Machu Pichu, the restaurant’s version of a pisco sour.

Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul, whose car-racing movie Need for Speed is out Friday, was spotted at Zuma Sunday, joining friends for dinner. There on Friday, albeit separately, singer Maxwell and MacLaine, “looking glamorous in a red drape dress,” says our spy.

Pharrell made posh Coral Gables gym Body & Soul very, er happy, when he complimented their video version of his hit song on Instagram, writing, “Thank you @bodyandsoulmiami for your version of the Happy video.”

Grammy-winning reggae recording artist Sean Paul was spotted taking a lunch break Thursday at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar.

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