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By popular demand: Kevin Hart adds another Miami show

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More funny business from Kevin Hart, who just added a third show on his What Now? tour in Miami. Hart’s first, earlier gig on May 9 at AmericanAirlines Arena is sold out, but seats for the late show at 10:30 p.m. are still available, as are tickets for a 7 p.m. performance the following evening, a Sunday. Livenation. Hart will be honored with the Comedic Genius Award at the MTV Movie Awards April 12.

WHAT AN HONOR

Multiple Grammy winner Sergio George received the BMI President’s Award at the 22nd annual BMI Latin Awards, Tuesday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach. The private ceremony saluted the songwriters and publishers of 2014’s most-performed Latin songs on American radio and television in the U.S.

WEIGHT WATCHER

Tara Reid is again raising eyebrows about her thin frame. The costar of the upcoming SyFy’s Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, filming in Orlando, got snapped walking on the sands in Miami Beach Monday. Aren’t they feeding the cast over there?

JUST BEACHY

Victoria’s Secret model Doutzen Kroes and Dutch EDM DJ Sunnery James were also spotted frolicking in the surf in Miami Beach Monday. The couple, who have two kids, looked like lovey dovey newlyweds while celebrating another successful outing for James at Ultra Music Fest.

MOVIE STARS

Actor/comedian Tom Arnold smiled for fans at the world premiere of Any Day at the Muvico Parisian 20 theater at CityPlace for the Palm Beach International Film Festival Friday night. The movie centers on an ex-fighter Vian (Sean Bean), who is transformed by the love and forgiveness of his young nephew and new friends who include Arnold’s character, a quirky pizza restaurant owner. See it at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Cobb Downtown @ The Gardens. Tickets/info: www.pbifilmfest.org, 561-362-0003. Arnold also attended a gala the following evening at a private home, along with Ellar Coltrane, from Boyhood.

MADELEINE MARR

KEY LOCATIONS

Netflix’s latest, Bloodline, a dramatic thriller chronicling the Rayburns, a prestigious Florida Keys family with a questionable history starring Sissy Spacek, Sam Shepard, Kyle Chandler and Chloe Sevigny, is primarily set at Islamorada’s The Moorings Village and Spa, as well as other locations around the Keys. The Moorings plays the site of the Rayburn family’s hotel, and when wayward son Danny (Ben Mendelsohn) returns home, his presence threatens to upset the clan’s respectable name by exposing dark secrets. The show, filmed over the last couple of years, premiered on the Web March 20.

LESLEY ABRAVANEL

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