It was Prime time for several celebrities over the weekend, starting with David Cassidy, who despite reports of being in alcohol rehab (and missing last Wednesday’s Albany, New York, court date for his DWI bust there in August because of it) after his third DWI arrest in January in Los Angeles, was seen dining Friday at Prime Italian. Cassidy was with his girlfriend, interior designer Maura, who made a reservation under the name “Maura Cassidy.” The couple drank San Pellegrino water.
Over at Prime Fish on Saturday, the celeb who seems to have relocated here was spotted: Jamie Foxx. Late Saturday night, hometown rapper Flo Rida, who performed Friday at the Fontainebleau, was seen there, too.
Actor Hank Azaria was spotted Thursday with friends and family — his mom lives here — at Zuma. Seen brunching there Sunday was DJ Cedric Gervais.
Boy band The Wanted stayed at the Shore Club over the weekend while in Miami to perform a concert in what is allegedly their last tour together at The Fillmore. The guys tried to go low key, opting for in-room dining, but were still sought out by young fans and paparazzi on their way out.
Canadian R&B artist The Weeknd (not a typo) hosted an “energetic evening,” says a source, Friday night at Adoré Nightclub, taking to the stage for a surprise performance of some of his biggest hits.
Dennis Rodman does what he wants, clearly and doesn’t care what anyone thinks. Which is why he plans to celebrate his 53rd birthday (Tuesday) with a big bash Saturday at bawdy E11even Miami. The “Official Bad Ass Birthday” party is open to the public and starts at 10 p.m. Cover is standard: $20 for women, $30 for men. Go at your own risqué (not a typo).
Retired baseballer Mike Piazza and his wife Alicia were seen having Mother’s Day Brunch at The Forge.