Lesley Abravanel

After thyroid talk, Sofia Vergara enjoys meal with Joe Manganiello

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Thyroid cancer survivor Sofia Vergara discussed her hypothyroidism at a luncheon last Thursday at Trump National Doral. Later she was seen lunching with fiance Joe Manganiello in the courtyard Friday at Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink. On Friday night, the couple joined friends at Zuma where we’re told they “looked truly in love,” holding hands as they entered the restaurant. Vergara posted a picture from there on her Instagram account, saying “Great time with my love and family in Miami.”

During her stay in Miami, Jane Fonda was seen getting her hair done daily at Warren Tricomi Salon at the W South Beach. On Friday, Fonda, beau and music producer Richard Perry and friends were seen supping on the outdoor terrace at Zuma.

KURO, a Japanese Craft Kitchen at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, hosted a private preview Thursday for fashion photographer Russell James, Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo and friends. And the model ate! Tuna tataki, whitefish carpaccio, hamachi pepper sashimi, niwa salad; ribeye pine nut miso and shrimp robata, all dishes that diners will see on the menu once KURO opens next month.

Newlywed/dad to be Ludacris, party of four, had dinner Saturday at Meat Market.

On Saturday, The Forge hosted the the wrap party for HBO’s new series Ballers. Among those in attendance were Rob Corddry, Omar Benson Miller and Michael Cudlitz.

Cuba Gooding, Jr. was seen kicking off a few nights’ stay Saturday at the Shore Club with a workout at the hotel. On Saturday, he was spotted at Prime 112 with Pearl Harbor bosses Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay.

Designer Jill Stuart was also seen there, enjoying time at the spa and by the pool with a pina colada.

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Marcus Gilbert was seen with friends Saturday at Hyde AmericanAirlines Arena.

After President Obama’s quickie Miami appearance at a televised town hall meeting on immigration Wednesday at FIU, Morgan Stanley’s Candido Viyella and his wife Anabella, hed a fundraiser at their Palm Island home for the Latino Victory Project, which helps elect Latinos to local, state and federal office. The event was hosted by the project’s co-founders Eva Longoria and Henry R. Munoz, III.