Ryan Seacrest Sunday brunched at Terrazza at the Shore Club with a male buddy. The American Idol host, dressed in head to toe black, ate quickly and skipped cocktails while taking in the restaurant’s “Ladies Who Brunch” scenery.
Partying until the wee hours of the morning, actor Ryan Phillippe kicked off the new year living it up Friday at E11EVEN Miami with a group of eight friends. Not far from Phillippe’s table was a low key Young Jeezy and two friends at a corner VIP table enjoying the risque cirque-du-soleil inspired performances.
Nick Cannon was spotted spreading the new year cheer while DJing Friday at Wall. Wearing an all- black ensemble, Cannon was overheard saying he was currently producing music and would be back to Miami because of “all the beautiful women” here. When asked about his split with Mariah Carey, he commented that he “harbors no bad feelings.” That being said, no Mariah music was played.
British singer Ellie Goulding celebrated her 28th birthday Saturday night at Basement Miami with her boyfriend, McFly singer Dougie Poynter, and friends. The group had dinner at Matador before heading down for a night of bowling at the EDITION Hotel’s alley. Goulding, staying at the hotel, was presented with a huge cake and posted a photo of it on Instagram. On Friday, Goulding, boyfriend and pals were seen supping at Cleo, where she got up in front of the restaurant for their traditional plate breaking. Goulding started the New Year off Monday at Barry’s Bootcamp Miami Beach, attending one of head trainer Derek DeGrazio’s acclaimed classes. The British pop singer surprised attendees with a specially curated playlist and even hopped on the mic to teach the last portion. Poynter was there in support.
Speaking of Barry’s Bootcamp, Sports Illustrated cover girl Nina Agdal, ambassador for Together For The Children, The Campaign for Miami Children’s Hospital, is hosting a special class there at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. The 60-minute class will be led DeGrazio and Agdal. Following the $60 class, there will be refreshments from Jugo Fresh, hors d’oeuvres by Icebox Cafe and cocktails (!) by American Harvest Organic Spirit. One hundred percent of the proceeds goes to the Miami Children’s Health Foundation.