Monday, October 9, 2006
Seen on the Scene: Seen on the Scene
Stars are on the move in South Florida. Mariah Carey getting a sky-high view of some hot real estate, and Star Jones set to splurge on a multi-million dollar condominium. In Touch Weekly's Michael Cohen with all the celebrities, Seen on the Scene.
WSVN -- This is Seen on the Scene, all the Miami celebrity juice that you need to know.
Mariah Carey has been flying high over Miami, that star has been spotted here on Watson Island getting into luxury helicopters viewing Miami mansions from the sky.
Apparently, Carey cannot drive around and look at real estate like the rest of us, but, the good news is, she has no star demands when she's flying around.
Speaking of stars on the move, one of these buildings in South Beach will have new famous neighbors. Star Jones and hubby Al Reynolds are reportedly looking for a multi-million dollar condominium with all the luxury amenities.
We told you last week there was trouble in stardom -- thanks to Al flirting with girls -- but this week, it looks like the couple has kissed and made up.
I am here on South Beach at the Sagamore Hotel where Yoko Ono, the widow of legendary John Lennon, is said to be hosting the party during Art Basel in December.
Ono, who is topping the charts with her disco CD, is expected to show her wild side.
Now for some quick pictures of who has been seen around town.
Hot-shot music producer Russell Simmons, celebrating his birthday at the hip bowling alley Lucky Strike in South Beach.
Miami's own Lenny Kravitz sitting front row with Gwenyth Paltrow at Paris Fashion Week.
After partying all week, Emilio Estefan is seen sweating it out with an early morning walk on South Beach.
From hot properties to partying widows, I am In Touch Weekly's Michael Cohen for Seen on the Scene.