Khloe Kardashian says there is no bad blood between her and ex-fling French Montana. But somehow we doubt the reality star will make it down to Miami for the rapper’s performance at Revolution Live Dec. 1 (FYI: that’s a Monday night). She’s too busy promoting Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons, a spinoff of Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami, which premieres at 9 p.m. Sunday on E!.
Tickets are on sale now to see Montana, who thinks he has become popular because he gives fans what they want. “I just pay attention to what people say,” says the Bronx-born entertainer in a release. “The people chose me. You can’t come out and say you hot. The people gotta choose you.”
On Saturday, the 20th Annual InterContinental Miami Make-A-Wish Ball will be held at the InterContinental Miami hotel, featuring an “Oz-reimagined” theme and performance by the legendary Diana Ross. Actress/filmmaker Gabrielle Anwar returns as celebrity emcee for the fourth consecutive year. The ball has raised more than $14 million to grant the wishes of more than 3,000 South Florida children with life-threatening medical conditions.
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For this anniversary gala, the ball’s “Three Amigos” — Shareef Malnik, gala chairman, philanthropist and proprietor of The Forge restaurant; Robert Hill, gala host and InterContinental Miami general manager; and Norman Wedderburn, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish Southern Florida — have pulled out all the stops.
Any favorite memories? Hill looks back fondly on the performance by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts in 2011. “She jumped onstage, and the entire ballroom was dancing like they were at a concert,” he said.
What’s up with the Oz theme? “If you can imagine the Emerald City and the City in the Hunger Games colliding together, then it’s simple,” Hill added. “That’s all I can say.”
Following the fete (tickets at sfla.wish.org) is an afterparty, highlighted by a fashion show of Oz-inspired looks. Individual tickets for the Miami Make-A-Wish Nightclub cost $100. Email Sasha Formica, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954-967-9474, ext. 319.
You won’t get to hear Isabella Rossellini talk about animal sex, after all. Her Green Porno show scheduled for Nov. 15 at the Fillmore Miami Beach has been cancelled. No reason was given. Refunds can be made at point of purchase.
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Meet Mario Chalmers when the Miami Heat point guard stops by the Opustone natural stone store, 5301 N. Powerline Rd., Fort Lauderdale, from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday to chat about his team’s chances this season and other stuff. Sun Sentinel reporter Tom Brew will also discuss his new novel, The Ties That Bind, about a tested friendship between two college buddies. RSVP required to Brittany Dunn: BDunn@RogersandCowan.com.