Accommodating. You could say that. Adrian Grenier had quite a day on Tuesday. In the morning, the actor — who is in the midst of promoting the Entourage movie — sat down with TV reporters at the Soho Beach House. A few hours later, Grenier made his way down to Beachcraft restaurant at 1 Hotel, where Miami magazine was throwing a party in honor of its May/June issue cover boy. Instead of shying away from overzealous guests, Grenier happily posed for selfies with anyone who asked; hence the reason your Facebook feed popped up with so many pictures of that smiling, handsome mug.
Though Grenier claims to be single in the mag, he did seem close with a young red-headed woman, holding her close to him most of the evening. On the menu at Tom Colicchio’s ritzy-meets-serene spot: sliders, crab cakes and specialty cocktails whipped up for the occasion. One, the Kiss My Burro, came with muddled basil hand picked from the property’s garden and a lot of Milagro tequila (a sponsor, of course).
Attendees got a quick look at the HBO series turned flick as a projector played a scene of the boys aboard a superyacht. Trivia: Last January, Grenier and his “bros” Jeremy Piven, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara filmed on The Usher, off the coast of Bill Baggs State Park in Key Biscayne.
Seen in the crowd: caterers to the stars Shai Tertner and Yaniv Cohen of Shiraz Events; Chapman Ducote, Scott Disick’s race car driving pal from Kourtney & Kim Take Miami; and ex Glades star Carlos Gomez, who will next be seen in Ride Along 2.
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has been immortalized! No, really. The Miami Hurricane turned pro wrestler turned movie star was honored with a hand and footprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on Tuesday in Los Angeles. Johnson was joined at the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony by his girlfriend Lauren Hashian and daughter Simone Alexandra Johnson, 13 (with his ex-wife Dany Garcia).
ON THEIR TOES
Teen Vogue’s reality Web series Strictly Ballet features six graceful students from our very own Miami City Ballet School in the new second season, which premiered Wednesday. The show is about the competitive world of reaching the limelight in dance and how the young dancers got to where they are today.
IN A FLASH
Celebrity photographer Seth Browarnik is celebrating the five-year anniversary of his company, World Red Eye, Friday night with an exclusive party at 1 Hotel. You name it WRE has shot it: A listers, B listers, models, singers, rappers, reality stars, socialites as well as actual, bona fide movie stars. One of Browarnik’s biggest gets: George Clooney in January 2013, when he was hawking his Casamigos tequila around South Florida.
Al Roker has a confession: He loves the song Bills by North Miami native Gamal “LunchMoney” Lewis. The rapper appeared on the Today show Friday chatting with the veteran reporter/weatherman. “I love this thing. I can’t stop singing it,” Roker said of the hit. The two men spoke on a set filled with a mountain of crumpled pieces of paper. And Roker — mowing the lawn — and colleague Matt Lauer (playing the trumpet) made their own spoof of the video, watched more than 10 million times on YouTube.