While they may be leaving town for Chicago this fall, Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union were seen enjoying a night out in Miami Beach on Sunday, celebrating a friend’s birthday at Sweet Liberty.
Actors Bryan Cranston and Benjamin Bratt suited up and had dinner Thursday with a friend at Juvia Miami.
Former professional football players Maurice Jones-Drew and D.J. Williams were seen dining together Friday at Meat Market Miami Beach. The duo played high school football together in California at one of the most storied high school football programs, De La Salle. The two enjoyed a nice steak dinner while catching up.
Just because Miami Swim Week is supposed to sell buyers bathing suits doesn’t mean the original Birthday Suit is suddenly passé. In fact, on Saturday, nude will be all the rage when E11even welcomes Kaitlyn Carter, model, founder of e-commerce site Foray Collective and fiancée of Brody Jenner. While Carter celebrates her official Swim Week after party, Jenner will DJ. Celebrities, they multi-task. Tickets are available to that and other E11even Swim Week events at 11Miami.com/swim.
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Laura Pausini, Grammy Award-winning Italian singer, enjoyed quality family time while eating brunch Sunday at Bianca at the Delano.
WE tv announced Monday that it has greenlit a new unscripted series, “Dr. Miami,” starring Dr. Michael Salzhauer, a Miami plastic surgeon who has attracted millions of followers by sharing his life, his practice and his procedures on social media platforms including Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter. He has been particularly popular and pioneering on Snapchat, which he has used to “snap” in-progress surgical procedures, including breast augmentations, nose jobs and Brazilian butt lifts. The network has ordered six one-hour episodes expected to premiere next year.
“We love this show because Dr. Salzhauer is a completely unique and authentic individual who is at the top of his profession and using social media in an innovative and powerful way,” said Marc Juris, WE tv president. “Plastic surgery shows have become a staple of unscripted TV, but a surgeon using Snapchat and other social platforms to literally bring fans into the operating room represents a bold and fresh twist that connects old and new media and will give us additional opportunities to attract and engage WE tv viewers.”
“I am thrilled to be a member of the WE tv family,” Salzhauer said. “I have always been a fan of their shows, and I’m so excited to open up my door and my patients to their viewers.”
“Dr. Miami” is produced by Miami based 2C Media Inc. Executive producers are Chris Sloan, Carla Kaufman Sloan, Tim Hamilton and Ross Breitenbach. Salzhauer is a co-executive producer. In-house executive producers for WE tv are David Stefanou and Kate Farrell.