Jennifer Lopez Goes on Miami Birthday Blitz to Cure Break-Up Blues
We don't mean she got stinkin' drunk, though we're not saying she didn't either (she did party pretty hard at, among other places, the Wine Cellar at the Forge). We just mean she celebrated her birthday hardcore -- about a month after her break-up with Mark Anthony -- with some major league cavorting in our fair city.
When we end relationships, we scoot over to 7-11 pick up a couple of pints of Ben & Jerry's, get a cheeseburger at Five Guys (and not the little one, either) and maybe, just maybe, if we want some dirty payback, go to King of Diamonds or LaBare. Not J-Lo. The executive producer of South Beach Tow does it up right when she's on the relationship rebound, according to Access Hollywood. Check out her itinerary this past weekend as she celebrated her 42nd birthday.
On Saturday night, J.Lo was spotted at
Scott Conant's restaurant, Scarpetta, at the Fontainebleau hotel with a
group of 16 people, which included her mother, sister and various
members of her entourage.
Earlier on Saturday, J.Lo was seen shopping near South Beach, where she hit up Hermes, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino and Pucci.
Friday, the newly single-star, who announced her split from husband
Marc Anthony earlier this month, had a pre-birthday bash at Miami's Wine
Cellar of the Forge.
Let's face it, if we visit any one of those places in the span of a month, we feel hip and part of the jet set. Not J-Lo.
we're not sore about it. She's not just carpet-bagging her big rump in
Miami, she's got some legitimate history here. She's been in movies
based here, bought and sold condos in Miami, exec produces shows in the city, and, of course, she's part
owner (albeit a teeny weenie part) of the Miami Dolphins. By the way,
not sure how the former couple is going to split their luxury boxes
after the divorce.
It's good to see the former fly girl back in the groove. Keep your eye out for her, you might just catch her at LeBare this week.
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