Model Hannah Davis: I get turned away at clubs
04/25/2014 4:54 PM
04/25/2014 4:55 PM
What sort of a bouncer turns away the likes of Hannah Davis? Derek Jeter’s flame has been in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue not once but twice. But the St. Thomas native, 23, confesses to GQ that she doesn’t always make it through the door at the clubs because her Virgin Islands ID looks “fake.”
John Legend, who has been busy juggling a new album and marriage to supermodel Chrissy Teigen, didn’t disappoint at Tuesday night’s show at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale. Many audience members couldn’t help but sing along to the Grammy winner’s old and new hits. A lucky few were escorted backstage afterward to meet Legend, who shared some bottles of his Hint Water and posed for pics ripe for the posting.
Dennis Rodman was seen Wednesday night at the bar at Joe’s Stone Crab, where our source tells us he was “slapping everyone on their back as hard as he could, screaming ... totally wasted.” After that, not even a North Korean dictator could command the beleaguered baller a table as he was overheard telling his group — a male friend and his parents — they’d have to go to Prime 112 instead, saying he can always get seated there. Police moved in on the scene, and Rodman was overheard telling a cop that he was “very sorry and respected the decision to kick him out.” Over at Prime 112, Rodman nestled at a table on the terrace and all was well again.
Play on, playoffs
If your name isn’t boldfaced and you have no direct connection to Justin Bieber, rejoice. But then again, forget about getting into the NBA Playoffs unless you win Hyde AmericanAirlines Arena’s Facebook sweepstakes. One winner (announced 5 p.m. Tuesday) will get one Hyde-only ticket, which includes three guest passes to experience every home game during the playoffs inside the arena hotspot. Enter at www.hydeaaarena.com/winallaccess. The promotion does not include game tickets; only tickets to the lounge for all Heat playoff games past Wednesday. A win-win — we hope.
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