Spotted: Pharrell Williams and Helen Lasichanh Out on the Town
June 23, 2014 | by Lane Nieset | Talk of the Town
Where did Pharrell Williams bring wife Helen Lasichanh for dinner in Miami? That and more in this week's celebrity news.
Pharrell Williams and Jamie Foxx Dine at Zuma
Musician/producer Pharrell Williams had dinner with wife Helen Lasichanh and friends at Zuma on Thursday, June 12. While there, he posed for a photo with a fan.
The day before, Jamie Foxx was spotted at Zuma, laughing with his friends while they dined.
A-Rod and Wilmer Valderrama Party at E11even
Baseball player Alex Rodriguez (a.k.a. A-Rod) celebrated Father's Day and his dad's birthday at E11even in the early morning hours on Sunday, June 15. He drank bottles of Belvedere with his dad and friends the VIP area.
Actor Wilmer Valderrama was also at the club that morning, arriving at 5 a.m. and partying in the main pit.
Graceland Stars Swing by Steak 954
Graceland cast members Vanessa Ferlito, Daniel Sunjata, and Brandon Jay McLaren ate at Steak 954 on Sunday, June 15 while they were in town filming.
Ryan Phillippe's Whirlwind Week in Miami
Ryan Phillippe and girlfriend Paulina Slagter were all over town last week during a stay at the W South Beach. They were seen kissing at WALL (in W South Beach), hanging out at EAST, Miami at Mandarin Oriental Oasis Beach, and dining at Cavalli and Seasalt and Pepper.
Scottie Pippen Chows Down at Bâoli
NBA champ Scottie Pippen visited Bâoli Miami with wife Larsa Pippen and former MLB player Rondell White while he was in town for the NBA finals. The trio ordered the Hamachi jalapeño roll, tuna tartar and lobster risotto.
Radamel Falcao Dines at Prime 112
On Tuesday, June 17, Colombian soccer star Radamel Falcao dined in the wine room at Prime 112.
Omar Benson Miller Eats at Yardbird
CSI: Miami star Omar Benson Miller swung by Yardbird last week for a meal of fried chicken and North Carolina trout.
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