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Puff Daddy and pals to take stage at Fontainebleau

Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs is going back to his old moniker
Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs is going back to his old moniker AP

Adding more heat to the outdoor stage at the Revolt Music Conference in Miami Beach will be (drum roll) Sean Combs.

The rapping mogul will make a special appearance with his old band, Puff Daddy and the Family, at RMC, to be held Oct. 15-18 at the Fontainebleau.

The lineup at the conference, entitled “The Merging of Music, Technology and Innovation,” also includes Robin Thicke, as well as a relative newcomer to the hip-hop scene, Post Malone. The Texas rapper has been creating a buzz with his hit single White Iverson, a favorite with NBA players. How do we know Malone is on his way to famedom? He was invited to Kylie Jenner’s 18th birthday blowout, where he performed White Iverson with a little help from Rockets superstar James Harden, the BF of Khloe Kardashian. That’s how.

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DAY & NIGHT

Changes are afoot at WSVN: Anchor Danielle Knox joins Lynn Martinez during 7 NEWS early evenings, effective immediately, the station announced Thursday. Replacing Knox on Today in Florida weekdays is Ashley Morrison.

Knox joined WSVN last year after reporting for TV stations across the country and gained national attention as co-host of The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television.

CBS MoneyWatch alum Morrison, who started her career as an estate tax planner (!), joined TIF’s Saturday edition in January.

ALL ABOUT THE O

Alina Villasante is doing the happy dance right about now. The Miami-based Peace Love World designer/owner just realized a major milestone in her career.

Villasante teamed up with the one and only Oprah Winfrey for an exclusive “Peace Love Oprah” collection that's available for sale at the O Store that launched on Oprah.com this week.

The clothing and accessories all carry positive affirmations — fans know Oprah’s all about those — plus the OWN diva’s autograph.

Villasante, who also collaborated with Pharrell in the past, is on the same page. The Havana native told Miami.com last year: “Our mission is to spread peace, love and happiness wherever and whenever we can. I wear my heart on my sleeve and I created a brand that is about wear it, feel it, be it.”

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