Justin Bieber paid a surprise visit Tuesday to Wall for the Favela Beach party. He arrived with six friends at around midnight and got a table with Belvedere Vodka, champagne and Dobel Tequila. After about an hour, he unexpectedly left his table, went to the booth and got on the mic. Of course the club kids went crazy with cameras flashing “so much you would have thought paparazzi was inside,” says a source. And of course they were. The Biebs, finally legal in a South Beach club, then instructed everyone to put their phones down and have a drink with him saying, “Put your phones away, this is only going to happen once!” and proceeded to sing a mash-up of his current top hits What Do You Mean and Where Are You Now? Squeal.
On Wednesday night, The Biebs sauntered into Scarpetta with a party of 10 just as the restaurant was closing. Of course, the restaurant served the gang a three-course dinner. Bieber, we’re told, was gracious, shaking every staff member’s hand on the way in and out. There were almost a dozen fan girls and boys waiting for him outside the restaurant with cameras, but the protective staff escorted him out the back entrance, and the pop star continued onto LIV.
Chris Bosh enjoyed a late dinner Monday at Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill with a large party of friends. They dined on some of the restaurant’s most popular dishes like the Duck and Waffle, Goat Cheese Croquettes and Foie Gras Fried Rice. At the end of their dinner, the party ended on a sweet note with Torrejas and Carrot Cake Cheesecake. Their server was also left with a sweet note: Bosh left a 100 percent tip.
Dancing with the Stars alum Nick Carter, who just dropped a new album that features a duet with Avril Lavigne titled Get Over Me, was spotted Tuesday night at The Bazaar by José Andrés at the SLS South Beach. Carter was celebrating the 28th birthdays of his twin siblings, Aaron and Angel. According to our sources, the family reunion was extra special: Five years had passed since they celebrated the twins’ birthdays together.
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