Niall Horan from One Direction had a low-key time Tuesday night at Cecconi’s, the restaurant at Soho Beach House. Our spy says the teen heartthrob was with a few (nonfamous) friends and were “well behaved,” having a few beers, keeping mainly to themselves and getting chatty with the bartender.
Shocker: No one approached Horan, 21, our onlooker said. And that’s just the way Horan likes it. In a recent interview with BBC Radio 1, he complained that paparazzi has posed some dangers to the group. “We’ve been chased down the street and on the motorways at 70 miles an hour, and surely that’s not safe.”
The night before, the adorable Irishman made a stop at Miami Beach hot spot Bodega Taqueria y Tequila — but his activity was not as under the radar. A fellow patron dished to The New York Daily News: “He got a bottle of Grey Goose ... and tipped very well. Five girls met him on the balcony, and he picked up his guitar and serenaded them. Then the crowd below got crazy and tried to get up the spiral staircase, past two security guards, to get a better look at him.”
It’s good to be a pop prince.
In disappointing news for Brandon Flowers fans: The singer’s Wednesday night show at the Fillmore Miami Beach has been canceled. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase, and dates are not being rescheduled. Flowers had been touring in support of his new solo album The Desired Effect. In a statement, The Killers frontman apologized for pulling out “due to unforeseen circumstances.” On his Facebook page, the singer gave a few more details: “To the Southeastern stronghold, I am sorry I canceled on such short notice. There are 3 little boys and a woman that needed me in Las Vegas. Everything is copacetic.” He is referring to wife Tana Mundkowsky and their brood, Gunnar, Henry and Ammon. In March, the entertainer told The Belfast Telegraph: “When I’m not making music ... I try to be the best dad I can be to my kids, try to be the best husband I can be to my wife. And maybe get a hike in.”
OUT OF NOWHERE
Rob Kardashian has come out of social media hiding. But instead of explaining why the reality star is not as omnipresent as his siblings, he decided to post a few random photos, one being of Colin Farrell as Sonny Crockett in the 2006 Miami Vice movie riding in a speedboat with co-star Li Gong. Whaaaat?