Will Smith and friends took a private tour Thursday of the Perez Art Museum led by the museum’s chief curator Tobias Ostrander. Smith was also seen working out Thursday at Anatomy at 1220. Smith is no stranger to Miami gyms — long, long ago we used to see him sweating at the now defunct South Beach gym, Gridiron.
Emilio Estefan, Rita Moreno and friends had dinner Monday at Caffe Abbracci. As they made their way to their table, they greeted, shook hands and chatted with most of the starstruck diners. On Wednesday, singer and telenovela star Jose Luis Rodriguez, aka El Puma, celebrated his birthday at the restaurant with a large group of friends.
Detroit Tigers star and former Florida Marlins player Miguel Cabrera was spotted twice during the week for lunch at business power spot, Zuma. Also spotted, a casual Prince Royce enjoying a laid back lunch on Tuesday with a friend, before, according to the Bronx-based rapper/producer, heading to Chicago to watch the Bulls play
Miami native Lilimar Hernandez will be appearing in Nickelodeon’s newest live-action comedy series, Bella and the Bulldogs, about a cheerleader turned quarterback premiering at 8 p.m. Saturday. Hernandez landed her first acting gig on Sábado Gigante. She has also recurred in more than 100 episodes of Venevision’s soap opera Rosario and starred in the short film Pedro Pan, which tells the story of Cuban refugees.
Daisy Fuentes had lunch Wednesday with friends at La Mar by Gaston Acurio at the Mandarin Oriental, Miami.
Things just got real between former Real Housewives of Miami cast member Joanna Krupa and current Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Celebrity Apprentice contestant Brandi Glanville, who had some unsavory words to say about Krupa and her personal hygiene, among other things. On Jan. 6, Raymond Rafool, Krupa’s attorney, sent Glanville a detailed letter serving as notice of Krupa’s and husband Romain Zago’s intent to sue the outspoken Glanville for libel, slander and defamation.