It’s getting hot in here — and we’re not talking about the steamy November weather.
Gorgeous cable TV actor Omari Hardwick will be in town giving his taste buds a workout at the Miami Gardens Wine & Food Experience. His body, however, needs no tuning up. But never mind that, he’s married; back to matters at hand.
The 41-year-old Savannah, Georgia, native, who plays nightclub owner/drug kingpin Ghost in Power on Starz, is the special guest at the inaugural event, 6 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the City of Miami Gardens Municipal Complex (18605 NW 27th Ave.). Hardwick’s gig includes judging a so-called master chef cookoff.
“I have a lot of great things coming up, so stay tuned. I am very excited to be a part of the Wine & Food Experience,” he said. “I’m looking forward to meeting great people, sampling some great wines and all of the culinary delights the city has to offer.”
ANDY’S NIGHT OUT
Sorry, Real Housewives of Miami fans (some do exist). There will be no reboot of the franchise in the near future. Bravo honcho Andy Cohen, who was at The Café at Books & Books Friday night to chat up his not-so-new book, The Andy Cohen Diaries, told Sirius XM radio show Reality Checked that yet another city was in the works. And it’s pretty far from South Beach. . . . We hear Dallas. The 47-year-old was in a good mood during his appearance. When publicist Gino Campodonico asked the TV personality if he liked coming to Miami, Cohen answered, “How can you not?”
Believe it or not, Seth Rogen is a fan of Mr. 305. The comic actor, who stars in AMC’s upcoming comic series adaptation, Preacher, referenced Miami’s most ubiquitous rapper in a recent interview with Haute Living magazine. “People always think I’m going to be partying like I’m Pitbull,” joked Rogen, who often plays stoner slackers. “Pitbull lives the life people think I live.” This was a compliment. We think?