Kimye pastor gets reality show

Somebody’s camera ready: Remember the photogenic pastor who married Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in Italy? Well, guess what? Rich Wilkerson is getting his own reality show on Oxygen, the cable network announced. The show (working title: The Wilkersons) is to be executive produced by Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy of E! News, and it documents the handsome junior preacher and his gorgeous wife DawnChere and their life at Trinity Church in Miami Gardens. “Rich is much more than a pastor who officiated the wedding of the year, he is at the forefront of a movement of people who seek answers in a complicated world and want to live their life in the best possible way,” Rancic told


Chris Bosh helped Land Rover South Dade celebrate its showroom’s brand new look with an autograph and selfie session on Sunday. The Miami Heat star signed memorabilia for more than 200 guests without breaking a sweat. Auction proceeds benefited Bosh’s Team Tomorrow.


Speaking of helping out: Sports Illustrated model Nina Agdal got her hands dirty for a good cause. On Saturday, Agdal painted alongside Romero Britto to create a work of art for Miami Children’s Hospital.

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Fireman Alex Callegari (with Boca Raton Fire Station #5) needs your help. Not with anything to do with a hose, thankfully. He appeared on Thursday’s Steve Harvey Show trying to impress the audience and home viewers with his cooking. Callegari is competing in the $20,000 Steak-umm Firehouse Challenge with his recipe for the Boca Slider, made with a garlic and herb aioli sauce, caramelized onions and Havarti cheese on a potato roll. Go to to cast your vote by Tuesday. If Callegari wins, he says he will use the money to start a scholarship.


Telenovela star William Levy will be feted at Venue magazine’s VIP cover party Saturday night at Wall Miami Beach. The publication — executive editor is ex RHOM Alexia Echevarria — is celebrating its eighth anniversary. If you want to gawk, Levy will walk the red carpet between 8 and 9 p.m.


Old enough to remember the days of Miami Vice? The Miami Herald and the Miami Design Preservation League will hold a community conversation on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Miami Design Preservation League, 1001 Ocean Dr.

“The Vice Effect: How a Hit TV Show Changed Miami” will include panelists Michael Kinerk, Miami Beach architectural expert and author of several books on Art Deco architecture; Barbara Hulanicki, renowned British fashion designer and interior designer for the Marlin Hotel and several other Miami Beach hotels; and Lori Wyman, Emmy-nominated casting director for Vice, Burn Notice and The Glades. Admission to the event, moderated by WLRN host Kelley Mitchell, is $10. For tickets, call 877-836-4849 or go to