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.
March 23, 2012
The rumors are partially true. Like the person Carly Simon sings about in "You're So Vain," Madonna's where she should be all the time (though when she's not, she probably isn't with a spy or the wife of a close friend, but then again, you never know), and when you have a new (mostly) dance CD out, you go to Miami during Winter Music Conference. Madonna doesn't have to leave her house to sell records, but ever the savvy icon, she will indeed be at a major Miami Music Week event, but it's not the one everyone thinks it is, not the "official" MDNA release party tonight at the Delano. Nope. Madonna's been there, done that. And she won't do it tonight. What she will do is stop by somewhere major, somewhere sold out tomorrow night to spin the record and get the crowd hyped up. Says Miami Herald music writer Howard Cohen, "Tony Orlando at the Alper JCC! She'll tie a yellow ribbon around Dawn and take over the harmonies." We wish. Scalpers, you're about to make a mint and Madonna, well, you're Madonna. Enough said and welcome back. We've missed you.
It wasn't enough for Dr. Michael Salzhauer to offer free nose jobs to anyone who could make a better video than the one made for The Groggers' questionable parody Jewcan Sam (A Nose Job Love Song). Today, the doc announced a plastic surgery scholarship for members of the Orthodox Jewish singles community. Salzhauer wants to do a mitzvah or two to "help singles in the Orthodox community who are struggling to find their perfect match." But there's a catch. "Applicants must be referred for the surgery through their local matchmakers or 'Shadchan' to determine their needs and for scholarship approval." “I was inspired to help after reading an article on JewishPress.com documenting a mother’s process of finding her son a wife. There are more women than men in the Orthodox community creating more competition to find their perfect man. I am more than happy to donate my expertise to help these men and women find their perfect match,” Salzhauer says. The singles scene is pretty cutthroat these days, so why not cut that throat and make it tighter while falling in love? Watch out, Patti Stanger, you may have some competition here.