Justin Bieber was seen checking in Tuesday The Villa Casa Casuarina (formerly the Versace Mansion) before heading to WALL where he gave a surprise performance. Bieber left that club with fifty--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 sceney steakhouse Prime 112 for lunch around 3:30 p.m. A waiter said Bieber "seemed to be intoxicated, most likely from the night before." Ya think? Following lunch he went back to Casa Casuarina to nap before hitting LIV Nightclub, where he showed up just after midnight and spent the majority of the evening singing along to his songs and dancing to them from the DJ booth.
May 27, 2010
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May 11, 2010
In some twisted attempt to prove that Miami isn't the Paris Hilton of American cities, overexposed to the point of exhaustion and, eventually, obsoleteness, Tru TV, whose tag line is truly "Actuality. Not Reality," is filming a new series in Miami starting on Sunday and based on their hit (?) show Rehab:Party at the Hard Rock Hotel--you know, the splashy show that almost gives you STDs just by watching? Didn't think so. But anyway, joining Tru TV in their efforts behind the scenes are none other than veteran Miami promoters Tommy Pooch and Alan Roth, whose TAI Entertainment will fuel the fires for what they hope will be good, down 'n' dirty reality television. According to Roth, who says he and Pooch will remain off camera as producers, filming will begin Sunday at a new pool party at Finnegan's River, a party that will continue every Sunday for 11 weeks, or until Tru TV has enough ammunition for six episodes. No name yet. Also involved in the show somehow: the promoters at Vitamin C. We asked the somewhat rhetorical question of why Finnegan's as opposed to the already-existent Sunday parties at Shore Club, to which Roth said, "They want to focus on boat culture." Right. And Jersey Shore is a travel show.
May 06, 2010
There may be few things worse than being left at the altar--just ask Kiefer Sutherland or the former fiance of the so-called Runaway Bride who staged her kidnapping just to avoid taking that big, scary matrimonial march. But we may have found something that could be worse: a reality show about it all. Yep, Beach Pictures and Pink Sneakers Productions (responsible for such TV gems as Hogan Knows Best, Brooke Knows Best and, best of all in the worst possible way, Miami Social) are casting for their newest reality masterpiece, Left At the Altar, and are on the hunt for brides and grooms who set the big date but chickened out at least a month before the wedding. From losing your bride to losing your pride, it could be considered cathartic for the jilted and the scorned to tell their stories on national TV. Or not. Those who dare to find out are asked to send a picture and their story to firstname.lastname@example.org. One word of advice: make sure you sign a pre-nup.