Justin Bieber was seen checking in Tuesday at the Villa Casa Casuarina before heading to WALL, where he gave a surprise performance. Bieber left that club with 50 — yep, 50 people — and brought them back with him, partying until 8 a.m. Wednesday. The Biebs lounged it off all day at the pool before heading to Prime 112 for lunch around 3:30 p.m. After his meal, he went back to Casa Casuarina to nap before hitting LIV, where he showed up just after midnight and spent the evening singing and dancing along to his songs from the DJ booth.
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ESPN's highest paid NFL analysis Jon Gruden did a Meet and Greet and Q&A Saturday at Frankey’s Sports Bar in Gulfstream Park.
Timbaland was seen hanging out Saturday at the newly opened Rockwell nightclub.
The cast and crew of the upcoming film Bastards stayed at Kimpton’s EPIC hotel while filming in Miami. Guests include actress Glenn Close, actor Ed Helms, former NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw and Hollywood up-and-comer Jessica Gomes. Best known for his work in comedies such as The Hangover, cinematographer Lawrence Sher makes his directorial debut with this film, shot by Love Pictures. The group was also seen at The Shops at Mary Brickell Village. Gomes shared a photo of the crew on Instagram.
Miami Dolphins legends continued their weekend-long celebration of the Dolphins 50th anniversary Saturday night at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails in Hallandale Beach. Guests including Bob Griese, Larry Csonka, Nat Moore, Nick Buoniconti, Kim Bokamper and many more.
Alex Rodriguez was spotted Friday at Bodega Taqueria y Tequila. The Yankees player pulled up to the crowded bar in a black limo with a male friend and two ladies. He was later seen dancing with his party and drinking vodka-sodas before leaving around 1:30 a.m.
Think you’re an artist? Winter Party Festival is seeking visual artists to contribute works of art for ArtScape, an art exhibition and silent auction to raise funds for the National LGBTQ Task Force as well as more than 50 South Florida LGBTQ nonprofit organizations. The popular event will take place Thursday, March 3, at 7 p.m. at a venue soon to be announced. Artists whose work is accepted into ArtScape will receive two free tickets to the event. Entry submissions are due by Friday, Jan. 15. To submit a work of art for consideration, email two, high quality, 300 dpi .jpg images of the artwork to ArtScape@winterparty.com. An overall view in full frame showing the complete work is required. The email submission should also include: the artist’s name and short bio, telephone number, email address, title and size of the work, and type of media used. Ideally, pieces should not be larger than four-feet tall or four-feet wide.