While her ex-husband Marc Anthony headlined Saturday’s Make A Wish Ball at the InterContinental, Jennifer Lopez was a few blocks north at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina at AAA. No late-night meetups with the father of her twins, though. After her performance, Lopez and boyfriend Casper Smart were seen at Casa Tua. According to our spy, “Lopez’s manager Benny Medina was overheard outside talking deals.” Inside, a “next level stunning” Lopez and Co. were seen having a ball, getting down and dancing.
Stars of Orange is the New Black Jackie Cruz and Diane Guerrero spent the weekend at Shore Club while in town for the iHeartRadio show. The two hung around the pool and beach, Instagramming their stay. Roselyn Sanchez, who also attended the concert, was at the hotel as well, having Sunday brunch at the property’s restaurant Terrazza.
Guy Harvey, artist, scientist, diver, angler, conservationist and explorer, was seen over the weekend meeting fans and signing merchandise at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. He was in town hosting his annual Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation banquet Saturday night at the International Game Fish Association Conference Center. On Monday, he joined Norwegian Cruise Lines and South Florida native Pitbull to christen the new NCL cruise ship, Escape, for which Harvey designed the hull artwork.
Celebrities and athletes joined Hyde AmericanAirlines Arena Friday at Miami Beach Golf Course in Hyde’s first ever Hyde On The Green pop-up during the Loews Celebrity Golf Tournament. Among those who stopped by: ex-NBA stars Ray Allen, Shawn Marion and Richard Hamilton; former MLB catcher Iván Rodríguez, producer Dr. Luke, and former N’Sync member Joey Fatone, who all made their way to Hyde On The Green to enjoy the lounge’s signature Love Unit Cocktail between holes 16 and 17.
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Miami Dolphin Hall of Famer and captain of the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins Larry Little celebrated his 70th birthday Friday in the private wine room at Prime 112 with pals and former teammates including Mercury Morris. “They sat us in a private alcove, yet [so] many people recognized Mercury and Larry. We ate and drank for about three hours. Amazing the growth of South Beach since my Miami Beach political days in the ’80s and ’90s,” said one guest, financial advisor Lawrence Napp.
Sharon Stone stunned gawkers Friday on the red carpet at FUNKSHION Fashion Week’s Celebration of Hope where her philanthropist sister Kelly Stone was honored at The Setai Miami Beach. Stone wore a laser cut leather blouse and white slacks. The Agent X star seemed relaxed and happy but did bring up some hot-button topics such as wage inequality for women in Hollywood.