Lil’ Jon was at Wall at W South Beach Tuesday night, continuing his celebration of Sunday’s win on Celebrity Apprentice. Fresh off a weekend stint in Mexico, the rapper kicked off Miami Music Week with a late night DJ set at the club’s Favela Beach party, stopping in between tracks to drink shots of Don Julio tequila. He was accompanied by a person in an oversized Lil’ Jon mask who danced near him in the DJ booth.
Speaking of Celebrity Apprentice, tickets are on sale now for Roy and Lea Black’s “That’s What Friends Are For” Benefit on April 2 at the Eden Roc featuring a performance by CA contestant and chanteuse Dionne Warwick, as well as Pharrell Williams and Pitbull. The event will benefit the Juvenile Services Department of Miami-Dade through the Consequences Charity & Foundation. Tickets start at $650 per person. The event sells out early; call 305-443-8980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.theblacksannualgala.com.Actor Martin Short celebrated his birthday Wednesday night with dinner at Prime One Twelve. Short was joined by actor Eugene Levy and other friends. Short and Levy were also seen celebrating Thursday night at Zuma along with Paul Schaffer. Zuma also seemed to be the unofficial Sony Ericsson commissary last week beginning Tuesday night with Anna Kournikova dining with tennis player friends including Svetlana Kuznetsova. At a separate table, a “quieter’’ Maria Sharapova with coach and friend. On Wednesday night: Naomi Campbell and her fiancé, Vladimir Doronin, and, at another table, Roger Federer with his wife and sister. R&B singer & songwriter Brandy was spotted Tuesday leaving the JW Marriott Marquis Miami, where she is staying while in town for the Sony Ericsson Open, for which she was chosen to sing the National Anthem. Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgley and longtime friend and Desperate Housewives star Shawn Pyfrom had dinner Tuesday night at Mr Chow before heading over to the Paris Theatre for the launch of the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY smartphone.Dining at Quattro Wednesday night: actor Giovanni Ribisi. Bravo will broadcast a live reunion show of The Real Housewives of Miami, says Entertainment Weekly. Save for the standard 7-second delay, the April 5 telecast will be live on the east coast.