Heat’s Luol Deng gets warm welcome at E11even; models out in force for Swim Week
07/18/2014 1:18 PM
07/18/2014 3:47 PM
New Miami Heat player Luol Deng was spotted getting acquainted with Miami nightlife late Wednesday early Thursday at E11even. Deng and a group of 10 people were at the owners’ table in the strip club’s party pit drinking bottles of Belvedere and Dom Perignon.
After signing his $40 million dollar contract with the Saints Tuesday, UM graduate Jimmy Graham was spotted heading into the private room at Zuma with friends. The ubiquitous Jamie Foxx was also spotted there late Tuesday night with a large group of friends. Foxx dressed casually in a yellow polo and jeans, was seen to be in great spirits and enjoying a selection of signature dishes, says our spy.
On Wednesday, record producer Timbaland was spotted hanging out with a friend in the Zuma Lounge.
Actor/singer Jencarlos Canela, reggaeton artist Tony Dize and DJ/producer Los De La Vega were judges Saturday at a DJ contest at Kimpton’s Surfomber Miami. Grand prize was a spot to spin on July 17at Univision’s Premios Juventud Youth Award Show. Big winner? DJ MAAH3Z. Pronunciation? Beats us. Big congrats though!
Sports super agent Drew Rosenhaus was seen lunching with some unidentified football players Wednesday afternoon at Sushi Samba on Lincoln Road.
Nico Sereba and Vincent Dery, better known as the duo “Nico & Vinz,” were spotted Tuesday checking into Gale South Beach. The “Am I Wrong” singers were in town to perform at the Fillmore, kicking off Miami Swim Week’s lineup of private events, fashion shows and festivities.
Victoria’s Secret model Erin Heatheron and Sports Illustrated model Samantha Hoopes brought the heat to Miami Thursday at the VO|CO Miami Swim Week Kick-Off Party with Beach Bunny Swimwear in the Fontainebleau Hotel penthouse. The women were seen sipping on bottles of the coconut water and vodka mix.
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