Eva Mendes took off her actress hat to play spokesmodel for a Saturday appearance at Nordstrom Aventura.
The 41-year-old, the new face of Estee Lauder’s New Dimension skincare line, looked absolutely stunning in a scarlet Halston Heritage draping, mid-calf dress.
Mendes is happy for the new gig but was missing 10-month-old daughter Esmeralda (dad is Ryan Gosling).
“Part of me is conflicted when it comes to work,” Mendes told CBS-4’s Lisa Petrillo. “I think that’s something most mothers can relate to.”
The Place Beyond the Pines star signed bottles of the products for attendees and talked about — what else? — cosmetics.
“I was born at the beauty counter!” said Mendes, who was actually born in Miami but moved as a baby.
MAN VS. FOOD
Kevin Bacon cut loose in Kissimmee on Monday. The Footloose actor, who can currently be seen in ads touting the importance of a protein-filled breakfast for the American Egg Board, visited the Give Kids the World resort near Walt Disney World. Bacon squared off in an ice cream-eating contest to see who can eat the most spoonfuls in six seconds. Give Kids the World provides weeklong vacations to families who have kids with terminal illnesses. Bacon is the founder of SixDegrees.org, which encourages celebrities to use their fame to benefit worthy causes. Bacon is visiting the Village to highlight the fact that everyone is six degrees or less away from knowing a child with a life-threatening illness.
Hey, couch potatoes. You’ve run out of excuses. Bachata/ R&B/pop singer Prince Royce and reggaeton sensation Yandel will both perform at the annual Zumba Convention Fitness Concert on Aug. 14, in front of more than 7,000 instructors of the popular Latin-infused cardio dance workout at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Orlando. “There's nothing like performing live, but doing so in front of thousands of people who are dancing in-sync with choreography to my music is going to be an amazing experience,” said Royce. Tickets: convention.zumba.com
Tee-totalers, this one may not be for you: Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, formerly known as Cruzan Amphitheatre, will now be known as Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre, Live Nation announced Monday. Gluten-free Perfect Vodka is owned by Palm Beach resident Dennis Cunningham, who said in a release, “Great music and our smooth vodka are sure to make perfect memories.”
Salt-N-Pepa will close out the 2015 Saturday Spectacular Summer Postgame Concert at Marlins Park. The all female hip-hop trio — Cheryl James, Sandra Denton and Deidra Roper (aka DJ Spinderella) — will take the stage on the West Plaza on Saturday after the Fish vs. Padres game. Expect Push It. Real good.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen was seen cheering on her husband, Michael Groover, in the Papa Hemingway Look-Alike Contest held in Key West Saturday. The former tugboat captain finished in the top five.