Justin Bieber’s on and off paramour Selena Gomez was seen snapping selfies in Miami over the weekend with her Spring Breakers director Harmony Korine. The duo was also seen having dinner Friday night at Makoto Bal Harbour, where they ate some of the Bal Harbour hot spot’s signature dishes and drank Diet Coke and green tea.
Before leaving for the World Cup in Brazil and after a photo shoot at the Biltmore, Gisele Bundchen and a group of friends had dinner Friday night at Bianca at the Delano.
After performing her Dirty Sexy Funny comedy show on Saturday night at Magic City Casino, The View castoff Jenny McCarthy headed to E11EVEN Miami where she hosted her official after party. McCarthy had plenty to celebrate at the 24-hour day and nightclub, saying she is less than 60 days away from her wedding to fiancé Donnie Wahlberg. She stayed until about 3 a.m.
Just announced after her stint at the casino and strip club: McCarthy will host a live, limited run, hour weekly series, Dirty, Sexy, Funny, on Sirius XM starting Wednesday. Guests scheduled to appear include Chelsea Handler, Wahlberg and many others. “It’s no secret that I love to talk. I’m excited to do it on SiriusXM without having to interrupt anyone or keep things clean. You can bet your sweet ass this show will live up to its title,” McCarthy said.
Michael Bay, erstwhile Miamian Jamie Foxx and New York Knicks player J.R. Smith were all seen supping separately Saturday night at Prime 112.
Luis Miguel was seen having dinner Sunday at his favorite Miami restaurant, The Forge.
Before Cake Boss Buddy Valastro was rescued off a boat in NYC over the weekend, he managed to help Miami-based Pastry Is Art bakery on an episode airing at 7 p.m. Tuesday. We had a chance to ask Valastro about his experience helping owner Jenny Rissone, and he said, “I really enjoyed working with Jenny and the Pastry Is Art team. Jenny is a great pastry chef, but she struggled with where to focus her energy. One of the most important things I wanted to help her with was getting her name out there. It doesn’t matter how good your product is if nobody knows you’re there. It was great because Jenny and the team were open to the advice I gave and used it to make them even better.”
Seen around Young At Art Museum in Davie this weekend were Japan Deputy Consul General Masahiro Ogino and NHK Japan Broadcasting Corp., there to cover the opening of Colorful Rebellion: The Seventh Nightmare, the one-man show by Japanese pop artist Sebastian Masuda on display at the museum through the summer.