`Jersey Shore' might re-rear its head

Just when you thought Miami Beach was rid of the bad case of reality herpes known as Jersey Shore, we hear the cast may flare up again in these parts this spring. According to Page Six, producers want to film here again (if the cast doesn’t demand outrageous fees to commit). And people wonder why Miami has been demoted on those “Cities With Beautiful People” rankings.

Speaking of Jersey, the show’s resident DJ, Pauly D, in town for a spinning gig at the Seminole Hard Rock, was seen Sunday having lunch at the Clevelander with reality star Brody Jenner and a few others. Shockingly, there was no alcohol consumed, but perhaps they were too busy gawking at the bar’s live body art show?

Lunching at Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink Tuesday: Pharrell Williams and girlfriend Helen. Williams was the headliner along with his band N.E.R.D. at Wednesday night’s Paper Magazine/AOL/FriendsWithYou party for the inflatable Rainbow City installation in the Design District.

Brooke Hogan was seen Saturday night at the new Miss Yip Chinese Cafe at 900 Biscayne with someone our spy described as “a handsome gentleman.” On Tuesday night, Miami Heat player Jamaal Magloire was there sipping on lychee mojitos and sharing lettuce wraps with friends.

Self-professed amateur art collector Lance Armstrong was seen dining Tuesday night at Blue Door Fish. Over at Mr Chow: George Hamilton, who left his usual confines at Bourbon Steak to take in the Art Basel scene on South Beach. Hamilton and Danny Glover caused a paparazzi frenzy when they stopped by Swiss-based Galerie Gmurzynska’s booth designed by award-winning architect Zaha Hadid.

Checking into Shore Club Wednesday afternoon: Ben Stiller, who was later seen browsing solo at Basel’s Vernissage preview at the convention center.

Wednesday night after dining at the Blue Door Fish at Delano with friends, world renowned photographer Sante D’Orazio celebrated the opening of his Priests exhibition installed in the hotel’s lobby.

Isabella Rossellini, in town for the premiere of Seduce Me at the Wolfsonian FIU, stopped by Wynwood’s Soho Studios Thursday to check out the Arts For a Better World show, where she marveled at Joe Zammit-Lucia’s animal photography and the landscapes of Laurent Herari. She was later seen milling around Small Gift Miami’s whimsical homage to 50 years of Hello Kitty and her Sanrio friends.


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