Nashville star Connie Britton had brunch Sunday at The Continental before heading to the airport. She and a few girlfriends sat outside and, we’re told, enjoyed the Bloody Marys, avocado toast on ZTB bread and the Cuban omelette.
Chris Brown and Hennessy V.S. hosted a big party Friday night at Cafe Iguana in Pembroke Pines. Upon his arrival around 2 a.m., Brown and an entourage including Flo Rida were greeted with a Hennessy V.S. bottle parade. A half hour later, Usher showed up and joined in the night’s festivities, performing his and Brown’s song New Flame followed by a mini dance-off. The night concluded with Brown performing several songs off his new album, Royalty.
Before his arrival in Pembroke Pines, Flo Rida performed at the private birthday party of hedge fund manager and champion poker player Bill Perkins, who shut down Bodega Taqueria y Tequila for the bash. Flo Rida went on stage at 11 p.m. and performed all his hits before heading out.
On Sunday, Usher was seen having an early dinner at Prime 112 with party promoter YesJulz. On Thursday, comedian Marlon Wayans was seen heading into the steakhouse’s private wine room.
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Legendary songwriter/producer Desmond Child spent Friday at the Cabaret South Beach where he did an impromptu version of Bon Jovi’s Livin’ on a Prayer on the piano, a song that he wrote and produced. The packed house sang along, not even realizing who he was.
Brazilian soccer player Ronaldinho was spotted Tuesday at Wall Miami for Favela Beach. He was seen drinking Dobel tequila shots, interacting with enthused fans and taking pictures.
Miguel Cabrera hosted the inaugural Miggy Ball Thursday night at The Café at Books & Books at the Adrienne Arsht Center with a surprise performance by Chino y Nacho. Cabrera celebrated with close friends including The Bachelor’s Juan Pablo Galavis, Orioles’ Manny Machado, Red Sox’s Hanley Ramirez, Marlins’ Placido Polanco, Padres’ Jon Jay, Tigers’ Jose Iglesias and former White Sox and Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen.
Shark Tank’s Daymond John was seen taking a break from his book tour and partying with friends Saturday at Rockwell.