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Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh in the acting game now

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OFF THE COURT

Chris Bosh is getting into the acting game. The Miami Heat player appeared on Tuesday night’s episode of Fox’s Miami-set detective drama Rosewood starring Morris Chestnut. It was a cameo — Bosh was playing himself, riding into a car dealership in a sleek Ferrari. Variety reports the power forward will also be seen in the upcoming NBC telenovela-style comedy Hot and Bothered, starring Eva Longoria.

TWO’S COMPANY

Marilyn McSwiggan is one proud mom. Her 23-year-old twin daughters Liz and Julia Nolan finished second and fifth place, respectively, in the CBS reality competition Big Brother season 17. The twist: They entered the show as one (Liz), switching out each week and managing to fool the other house guests until they could play as separate individuals. Prize? $50K, which they will split to start a business, says mom, a caterer. Born and raised in Coconut Grove, the sisters have always been close. They attended Coconut Grove Elementary, South Miami Middle, Immaculata-LaSalle High School, and even ventured off to college together at Loyola University in New Orleans. “They have never been apart!” McSwiggan said. Check them out on Twitter @nolantwinsbb17.

THE WEDDING PLANNER

It’s gonna be big. Sofia Vergara tells Martha Stewart Weddings in the current issue that more than 300 people are invited to her upcoming wedding to Joe Manganiello. The guest list will try to include all members of her large Colombian family as well as many friends from Hollywood and elsewhere. The nuptials are expected to go down Nov. 21 at the iconic Breakers hotel in Palm Beach. As for the dress? It will probably be a little on the sexy side, like Vergara’s previous red carpet numbers. “My body looks better when I have fitted dresses with more support,” she told the publication. “I’m 43, so I can’t really be looking for something too crazy.”

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