People

Molly Ringwald: No pics, please!

Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP

Molly Ringwald performed to a sold-out crowd Sunday at The Cabaret South Beach. The ’80s movie icon and daughter of blind jazz pianist Robert Ringwald sang a 75-minute show that consisted of mostly semi-standards, with some Broadway favorites such as On the Street Where You Live and a finale of ’80s classic Don’t You Forget About Me. After the performance, she sipped sauvignon blanc, greeted fans and signed her Except Sometimes jazz CDs but insisted “no photos” during or after the performance. However, as she left The Cabaret, paparazzi were waiting for a photo op and chased her.

Hennessy ambassador Nas partied Sunday at LIV in celebration of the 20th anniversary of his album Illmatic with an entourage that included rapper Noreaga. Upon entry, he was greeted with a Hennessy bottle parade as the party people raised their glasses in a toast to his accomplishments. Nas performed several classics from the celebrated album to including The World is Yours, It Ain’t Hard to Tell and One Love. He then wrapped up his performance with Noreaga, dueting on Super Thug.

Grammy-nominated singer Sara Bareilles performed for an audience of 750 at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami on Saturday for the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center Gala. After her performance, the Brave singer took time to take photos with guests of the gala. However, one teenager had the experience of her life. While taking a photo on the red carpet she asked Bareilles if she would sing with her. The two broke into an impromptu a cappella version of Brave. Later Bareilles had dinner at db Bistro Moderne before retreating to her presidential suite at the hotel.

DJ Steve Aoki was seen supping Saturday at the newly opened Kuro restaurant before performing at Passions Nightclub at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Richie Supa, singer songwriter and former member of Aerosmith, Ricky Byrd of Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Muddy Shews from Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes and Randi Fishenfeld from The Blue Fire Band performed Friday at the Young At Art Museum’s fourth annual gala, ROCK the House with YAA!

Celeb trainer Sam Karl will host a special Barry’s Bootcamp Miami Beach class at 6:40 p.m. Thursday to support Best Buddies South Florida. Best Buddies Board Member Anthony Kennedy Shriver will be in attendance to show his support. After class, guests can mingle with refreshments. The class is at 1835 Purdy Ave. in Miami Beach and costs $50, with all proceeds going to Best Buddies South Florida.

  Comments