Jason Derulo knows how to have a good time. On Sunday, TMZ reports the Miami native was cited for an out of control pool party he threw at his Beverly Hills home to celebrate his new album, Everything is 4. On the guest list: basically everyone in the neighborhood. So we have a feeling that Derulo will be up for some fun while aboard the Norwegian Pearl for Florida Georgia Line’s second annual This Is How Cruise four-nighter out of Miami to Cozumel, Mexico, Nov. 7-11. He’s one of the headliners along with FGL. Ticket info: www.fglcruise.com, 877-379-9172.
He’ll be baccckkk. Reclusive music legend Phil Collins is set to emcee and perform at his Little Dreams Foundation’s gala concert, Dreaming on the Beach, on Dec. 12 at The Fillmore, according to a press release from the charity organization. Monday’s announcement says the evening will close with a “special intimate acoustic performance” by the former Genesis frontman, as well as “other notable musical guests.” Tickets for the concert will be available in three tiers: $100, $250 and $350. To reserve: visit www.ldf.cc
Collins is coming out of the woodwork of late. Yay! In June, the In the Air Tonight singer bought Jennifer Lopez’s onetime Miami Beach mansion for $33 million. And, according to UndertheRadarMag.com, the 64-year-old Brit will be releasing deluxe reissues of his 1981 debut solo album Face Value and 1993’s Both Sides on Nov. 6 via Atlantic.
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So how did Serena Williams ring in her 34th birthday on Saturday? By letting her hair down. For reals. The Palm Beach Gardens-based tennis star posed in her jealousy-provoking closet with her strands hanging au naturel, loose and free. The Instagram caption: “Goodbye 33!”