All aboard for ‘Below Deck’ viewing party

Amy Johnson from “Below Deck”
Amy Johnson from “Below Deck” Bravo

You’re invited to Bravo’s Below Deck premiere party on Tuesday at Shooters Fort Lauderdale. The fundraiser has various tickets available. If you want to meet a few members of the cast, a 7:30 p.m. VIP pre-party on board a nearby yacht will cost you 200 smackers. But you not only will get a selfie with the reality stars — Captain Lee Rosbach and stewards Kate Chastain and Amy Johnson — but unlimited champagne and hors d’oeuvres; open bar; and reserved seating for the 9 p.m. viewing of the show that follows a bunch of young, somewhat rowdy but obviously entertaining seafarers. Hey, this thing is in season 3; they must be doing something right.

A regular ticket to the event, with proceeds going to the Marine Industry Cares Foundation and 600 Million Dogs.Org, costs $50 and is available on Facebook:

Guest hosts are radio personality Paul Castronovo and Channel 10’s Trent Aric.


And then there were 10. As the competition continued Tuesday night on SpikeTV’s InkMaster, the contenders were tasked with creating a tattoo composition piece in the form of a postcard. Among those still standing are three locals: Chris Blinston, of No Hard Feelings in Coral Springs; and Marisa LaRen and Tyler Nolan, both of Vatican Tattoos in Fort Lauderdale.


Some of today’s hottest Latin stars were in serious rehearsal mode Wednesday. Paulina Rubio, Fanny Lu, J Balvin, Jencarlos Canela and Victor Manuelle were all prepping for the annual Premios Tu Mundo (Your World Awards) to be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at AmericanAirlines Arena and broadcast live on Telemundo.

Fans can be part of the action by joining the conversation using the hashtag #PremiosTuMundo.

Or just go: Tickets start at $45 and were still available on as of mid-afternoon Wednesday.


Onetime Real Housewives of Miami castmate Lisa Hochstein is taking some time off of new-mommy duties to play hostess.

She’ll join jeweler to the stars Jason Arasheben for an exclusive cocktail event from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at his Jason of Beverly Hills boutique at Palm Court in the Design District. Ten percent of sales from the evening will go to RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. The petite Canadian has been open about her struggles to have a baby. After three miscarriages and four failed IVF tries, she and plastic surgeon Lenny Hochstein chose the surrogate route and welcomed son Logan last month.

Attendees will be able to peruse the lavish designs by Arasheben, who has collaborated with the Los Angeles Lakers on championship rings and most recently designed Iggy Azalea’s yellow diamond engagement rock from LA Laker Nick Young. You may have also noticed the black diamond rosary worn by Madonna in her music video for Ghosttown. Yup, Jason’s the mastermind behind that beauty, too.

An organizer says although the fundraiser is semi private, “anyone can pop in if they’re dressed the part.”