Real Madrid soccer star James Rodriguez was spotted Tuesday night at E11EVEN Miami. The Colombian soccer star arrived after midnight with a group of friends, asking to sit in a private VIP section away from crowd where they created their own party and enjoyed the night drinking Patron Silver, Johnnie Walker Black and snacking on chicken sliders and pizza until they left around 6 a.m.
On Thursday, the midfielder was spotted, uh, kicking off the holiday weekend Thursday at La Victoria Social Club in the Design District. Rodriguez stopped by to meet some friends and hang with La Victoria’s owner and Colombian nightlife guru, Antonio Turbay, and was overheard saying how much he loves vacationing in Miami with his friends and family.
We hope David Grutman has made provisions to prevent Justin Bieber from falling off the stages of his nightclubs over the weekend as the pop star is expected to host the official after party for his Purpose World Tour stop in Miami Saturday night at LIV, and Sunday night at Story.
Ricky Jean-Francois, defensive end for the Washington Redskins, was seen Wednesday training with Marc Megna at Anatomy at 1220 and preparing for the upcoming football season.
Two Miami natives, Zasha Shary and Alex Alsina, are starring in Back Stabber, an Amazon TV series which premiered last weekend and whose mission, according to its creator/writer Ryan Zamo, “centers around acceptance, equality, embracing those that are different, and finding who you are.” The openly gay Zamo added, "Knowing many of the victims in Orlando, we hope our show's message can bring a positive impact to the world . . . With each storyline based on real events, I hope viewers find one character that runs parallel to their lives… and realizing that each storyline makes someone feel that way, it will make them think twice before judging others. I know our show can make a difference, and with such relatable stories, we can hopefully drive home the fact that at the end of the day, we are all just humans."
And a huge congrats to Daniela Avanzini, Jake Monreal, and Ruby Castro, 12-year-old ballroom dancers from Miami who have made it to the top 10 and will be competing live at 8 p.m. Monday, July 11 on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation. The young, talented dancers selected during auditions by judges Nigel Lythgoe, Paula Abdul and Jason Derulo moved on to battle it out at “The Academy” in Los Angeles. During “The Academy” round one, which aired on June 20, the SYTYCD AllStars met the dancers and chose which ten would be their partners during the live shows.
Miami Beach hair stylist Danny Jelaca did the coifs in Paris last Saturday for Olivier Rousteing’s presentation of his Spring 2017 menswear collection for Balmain. The show combined sleek and tousled styles on supermodels including Alessandra Ambrosio and Doutzen Kroes.