Bravo’s Watch What Happens: Live host Andy Cohen and CNN’s Anderson Cooper, in town for their gossipy gig at The Fillmore, were spotted having lunch Saturday at Bianca at the Delano. The two ACs were looking relaxed in shorts and T shirts, and they enjoyed calamari, chicken paillard and chicken Milanese on the terrace of the hotel hot spot.
Actor James Marsden (X-Men) and Josh Hopkins (Cougar Town) were seen hanging out and having drinks with former Miami Heat player Shane Battier, actor Geoff Stults and friends Sunday at Nikki Beach.
Model and actress Selita Ebanks was seen having dinner with girl friends Saturday at STK Miami. Ebanks, spies say, looked gorgeous in a little black dress. The group had a great time and didn’t leave until after 1 a.m. On Thursday, Ebanks headed to E11even Miami to wish her pal Kamal Hotchandani, publisher of Haute Living magazine, a happy birthday after his celebratory dinner at The Forge. Ebanks serenaded the publisher and partied with a group of pals in the VIP pit until the early hours.
After his show Friday at Hard Rock Live, Food Network’s Robert Irvine toured the kitchen at the newly opened Kuro, where he met the chefs, took pix with staff, signed autographs and had drinks at the bar.
Dwyane Wade was seen having a mellow night Saturday at Bodega South Beach, where he stopped by owner Keith Menin’s table for a drink.
Tal Brody, Israel’s most famous basketball player and a Goodwill Ambassador, is in Miami on behalf of Youth Centers of Israel, that country’s oldest and premier after school program. On Thursday, Brody gave a speech at the Continuum in South Beach and on Saturday at the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center on behalf of his affiliation with the Israeli youth organization and his belief that “every child deserves a shot.”
Former members of British boy band JLS Marvin Humes and Aston Merrygold were spotted having dinner Saturday at Zuma with members of British girl band The Saturdays (Rochelle Humes, wife of Marvin, Mollie King and Una Healy).
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles will headline The Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center biennial gala Saturday, April 25 at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami. Bareilles’ pop anthem “Brave” has been incorporated as the theme of the gala, celebrating the patients who battle cancer daily at Sylvester. Join philanthropists and community leaders to support the center’s research programs, celebrate progress, and honor their most-dedicated champions. Tickets are $1,000 for individuals and tables begin at $10,000. To purchase tickets, a table or to donate, visit http://sylvester.org/community/signature-events/2015-sylvester-comprehensive-cancer-center-gala