Josh Murray, who won Andi Dorfman’s heart — temporarily — on ABC’s The Bachelorette, is set to make a special appearance at artist Rubem Robierb’s colorful HEART series exhibit 6 p.m. Saturday at Williams McCall Gallery, 110 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Also expected: Robierb’s hubby, weather whiz Sam Champion.
As for Murray, who’s from Tampa, he is resolutely single. The former minor league baseball player, who now sells health and wellness products, told E! News at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in L.A. last month: “There’s no romance in my life. ... I do want to settle down and have kids, but the right woman has to come along,” he said. “If something happens, something happens. But I haven’t been looking.”
Murray was last linked to freelance journalist Ashley Iaconetti, aka the only virgin from Chris Soules’ Bachelor season.
The exhibit, through May 7, will benefit Enduring Hearts, whose mission is to increase the longevity of pediatric transplant recipients. Murray is said to be close to the cause. Awww.
No need to adjust your TV if faces look a little different on a few NBC 6 South Florida newcasts. The station has decided to switch up the lineup a tad. For example, Jawan Strader will slide over to evenings, and Adam Kuperstein’s role will roll him back into sports. The moves, starting Wednesday, are “to better serve our viewers,” NBC 6 President/GM Larry Olevitch said in a release.
ON THE RADIO
While 610 WIOD’s Jimmy Cefalo takes a vacation next week, Kelley Mitchell will step in for your morning drive from 6-10 a.m., she announced on Facebook. The Oklahoma City native is back getting gigs after being let go from WLRN-91.3 FM in January after three years as the voice of the afternoon drive-time news on the NPR station. She joked on Twitter Friday that she wanted to see “if a young dog can learn new tricks.”
A BLING THING
Real men wear jewelry: retired Miami Heat player turned ESPN commentator Shane Battier and his wife Heidi celebrated the launch of the David Yurman Men’s Faceted Metal Collection at an in-store event Thursday evening at DY’s namesake boutique at Bal Harbour Shops. A portion of the evening’s proceeds benefited the Battier Take Charge Foundation.
Famed ’80s disco DJ remixer Jellybean Benitez has access to oodles of culture in NYC but was duly impressed by Miami’s burgeoning scene. While performing a few sets at the Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Third Thursdays event, Madonna’s ex said, “I feel a place like the PAMM is very crucial to downtown. It’s a place to break away from the chaotic hustle and bustle and free your mind. Miami’s art and music scene is ever growing, and I’m excited to see what flourishes next.”