Suicide Squad actor Scott Eastwood (Clint’s son) competed in Sunday’s South Beach Triathlon on behalf of St. Jude Children’s Hospital. But it wasn’t all work(outs) and no play. The swoon-worthy Eastwood, who completed the race shirtless much to the delight of many onlookers, stopped in to Nikki Beach upon finishing, replenishing with screwdrivers, Nutella waffles and eggs benedict. Eastwood was the life of the party, joined by Vampire Diaries star Claire Holt, who joked around with the waitress, asking to try on her signature Nikki Beach hand-etched belt, pretending to take food orders on her notepad.
Eastwood spent much of his Friday night with actor pals/fellow triathlon participants Bryan Greenberg and Geoff Stults at E11even, partying in the storied VIP pit, says our source, “until late.” On Thursday night, New York Yankees players Carlos Beltran and Dellin Betances were spotted there, living it up with a group of friends.
Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o was seen having lunch Saturday at KYU in Wynwood.
Former Miami Heat player Ray Allen and his wife Shannon took time out of their busy schedule opening their new South Miami restaurant, Grown, to help raise funds Friday for the Diabetes Research Institute at the Out of the Kitchen foodie event at the St. Regis Bal Harbour. Allen got on stage and auctioned off two pictures on canvas of his famous NBA Finals shot with the Miami Heat, which went for $19,000. He also personally signed the pictures on the spot for the two guests. The Allens are active diabetes advocates, since their 8-year-old son Walker has been living with type 1 diabetes since he was 18 months old.
Model Tyson Beckford was seen Saturday at Sugar Factory American Brasserie on Ocean Drive in Miami, eating and drinking a nonalcoholic Mai Tai.
For the third day in a row, Green Bay Packers player Julius Peppers was seen Monday working out at Barry’s Bootcamp Midtown with instructor Sam Karl.
Retired NBA player Jason Collins, also in town for the SoBe triathlon, was seen Saturday at the LACOSTE Suite at the Miami Open to watch the women’s and men’s doubles finals matches.
Denver Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster scored a few touchdowns with the children at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Wednesday when he visited Miami Children’s Health Foundation, the fundraising arm for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and took a tour of the facilities where he greeted and shared his time with the young patients in his hometown of Miami. Webster was said to be especially touched by Michael, a boy fighting cancer.