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Page: PeoplePub. date:Saturday,May18Last user:cciEdition: 1stSection, zone:Asection,HeraldLast change at:19:15:30May17 MiamiHerald.com| THE MIAMI HERALD H1 8A |SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013 person leading weirdo medicine, but I do cupping too. Somehow it’s helping me. I don’t know whether it a placebo or not. Last May at this time I jumped on the scale, and I weighed 195 pounds. I said, ‘You know what? I want to get down to 175.’ That was the weight I used to lie about on my license when I was a senior in college. Now I’m that girl. Ifeel terrific. Listen, I still eat candy like a madwoman. Istill enjoy cheese. Just now it’s a sometimes thing. I like bread on my hamburger, but Itake the top bun off. Little tiny modifications. I feel like a thoroughbred horse. I want to be bigger, stronger and faster than ever. I want be sleek and sharp, so here I am! You write a column for Life & Style about celebrities. Who’s on your radar right now? Iam really happy for the Lohan family. I think Michael Lohan has been a jerk in the past, but he’s taking steps. In a nutshell, Lindsay is in horrible denial. This is her sixth stint in rehab. I predict this won’t work. We could all be proven wrong, but now it seems her parents are fully committed. Maybe they’re on their way to healing. I’m going to sit back and watch. One thing she and I have in common is the addiction gene, and she needs the support of her family. Anyone else? In respect to Kate and Wills, that’s over there. I hope they have a healthy baby. I’m more curious about what’s happening with Kim and Kanye. People say a lot of things about Kim Kardashian, including me. The bigger wild card in this relationship and a reason to feel sorry for her — yeah I said it, feel sorry for her — is that Kanye is special with a capital S. What do you do when you’re in town? Bal Harbour Shops is fabulous, and, oh my God, Barton G. I get an outside table and a warm lamp. We order everything on the menu. Joe’s Stone Crab, too. We’re not so much into the nightlife. As far as going to Mansion? Meh! We like to lay low and be quiet. MADELEINE MARR “Busy is good,” says Wendy Williams driving to her home in New Jersey. Today, her plans include grocery shopping, Pilates and cooking dinner. “The phone is on the windshield,” the TV diva admits. Oh yeah: Williams also has a book to promote, Ask Wendy: Straight Up Advice for All the Drama In Your Life (Morrow, $25.99). The title is taken from a segment on her daytime talk show. Ask away 7 p.m. Saturday when Williams appears at Books & Books Coral Gables. She’s used to all sorts of questions, intimate and otherwise. And if she can’t answer, no doubt she’ll steer you in the right direction. What’s a common problem that many of your fans share? Read the chapter on girlfriend drama. There are a lot of women walking around with friends they should have broken up with a long time ago. When we think in terms of a breakups, we think about men. My motto is: Don’t put up with it, break up with it! I don’t care if she’s your best friend from kindergarten or college. Sometimes in life we outgrow friendships, and it’s painful. Do you have a lot of friends? Ihave people. If I want to buy a Gucci bag I know who to call to go to the mall. If I want to talk about drama with my career or 12-year-old son, there are women Icall. But no one person gets to hear my whole situation. My husband [Kevin Hunter] is my second best friend. The first is me. Are you into social media? If anyone wants to get into an argument with me on Twitter or Facebook, it’ll never happen in a million years. I love social media for the purpose of business, but I make a conscious effort to keep my personal life private. It works well not just for me but my son who’s going through adolescence. My husband is the wind beneath my wings, but he didn’t sign on to become a public figure. I have a peaceful, private home life that I wish to keep that way. You look fantastic. What are you doing differently? Pilates and cardio. Acupuncture centers me and helps me with my energy. I never thought I’d be the COMING TO TOWN Don’t be shy, ask Wendy people COMPILED BY MADELEINE MARR FROM MIAMI HERALD STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS Wilmer Valderrama will provide the closing arguments Saturday morning at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s college readiness program, Ready to Lead at Miami Dade College, North Campus. The actor is the spokesperson for the organization that helps Latino high school students enter postsecondary education by motivating them to complete high school, empowering them to serve and lead in their communities and instilling abelief that going to college is achievable. WAKE UP! In town for the premiere of After Earth at the Miami Science Museum and the Heat game Wednesday, Will and Jaden Smith stopped by Univision’s Despierta America where the elder Smith impressed co-host Karla Martinez with his Spanish, while son Jaden went head to head in a trivia game with co-host Ana Patricia Gonzales . Earlier in the week, Jesse Eisenberg was on the show promoting his latest, Now You See Me , in between sharing magic tricks and fending off the amusing advances of Raul Gonzalez , channel- ing his cleaning lady character Dona Meche. RETAIL FUN There’s a party going on right here. Celebrate the grand opening of the newly designed Disney store at Bayside Marketplace Saturday, where there will be some special “movie star” appearances. The fun starts at 10 a.m. with an opening ceremony; the first 500 guests get a free gift. From noon to 4 attend a meet and greet with Toy Story ’s Buzz, Woody and Jessie at the marina stage. Microsoft will open its first retail store in Miami at Dadeland Mall in Kendall at 10:30 a.m. Saturday to much fanfare. The first 200 people in line get two VIP tickets to see Lupe Fiasco and the Gym Class Heroes in concert later that evening at The Fillmore. The next 1,350 people in line will also score regular tickets to the show. Details: facebook.com/microsoftstore LESLEY ABRAVANEL &MADDY MARR LA VIDA LOCAL Wilmer back to school THE SMITHS VALDERRAMA JOHN EATON Actor Bill Macy (“Maude”) is 91. Actor Robert Morse (“Mad Men”) is 82. Actor Dwayne Hickman (“The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis”) is 79. Keyboardist Rick Wakeman of Yes is 64. Country singer George Strait is 61. Actor Chow Yun-Fat (“Anna and the King,” “The Replacement Killers”) is 58. Singer-actress Martika is 44. Comedian Tina Fey is 43. Rapper Special Ed is 39. Musician Jack Johnson is 38. Actor Allen Leech (“Downton Abbey”) is 32. birthdays FEY MEET 12-6 P.M. Come meet shoe designing duo Lisa and Donald Pliner at their Aventura Mall store, where they’ll show off their spring collection. Enjoy light bites and refreshments. Level One. FUN 7 P.M. Before hitting the clubs, start your evening at Hyde Beach at the SLS Hotel at their new Mad House Happy Hour with two-for- one drinks from 7-9 p.m. 1701Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-674-1701. COMEDY 8:30 P.M. Although his Comedy Central show that brought him so much fame is no more, controversial comedian Carlos Mencia keeps making audiences laugh with his stand-up. Miami Improv , 3390 Mary St., Miami; 305-441-8200 or www.miamiimprov- .com; $30-$50. To get listed visit www.miami .com/events. LeBron James celebrated the Miami Heat’s big win over the Chicago Bulls Thursday night with Drake at Katsuya’s Dragon Lounge at the SLS Hotel South Beach. Although the MVP was not drinking, Katsuya has added aspecial victory cocktail to the list — the Heat Kanji Cocktail. Fellow Heat player Juwan Howard was seen with three friends Wednesday night at The Forge’s bar, also celebrating his team’s major win. Meanwhile, over at Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill, Chris Bosh was having his own post-game dinner celebration and at Zuma, Ray Allen and his wife toasted to the victory. Despite their loss, Chicago Bulls players Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah headed to Prime 112 after the game, joined by Milwaukee Bucks player Drew Gooden . Also eating there on Wednesday night was NFL cornerback Asante Samuel . On Thursday night, the athletes continued to roll into their unofficial commissary as Miami Heat player Shane Battier had dinner there as did NBA all-star Andre Iguodala . Also in on Thursday night: former Florida Marlins player Cody Ross , seen dining with bunch of his Arizona Diamondbacks teammates. Speaking of Noah, our spies tell us he checked into the Shore Club at 7 a.m. Thursday “with a leggy blonde.” Not the same so-called socialite who infamously flipped him the bird; this was a different woman who joined Noah after a night of “post-loss partying at astrip club.” Brooklyn Nets player Kris Humphries spent Monday night at FDR at the Delano. The former Mr. Kardashian was seen partying until 2 a.m. with friends at a table and was with, says our spy, “an attractive dark haired girl with very similar coloring to Kim.” Following Crosby, Stills & Nash’s shows at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Stephen Stills was spotted in Tuesday in the Turnberry Isle Miami lobby and later lunching at the resort’s Cascata Grill. Martina Navratilova enjoyed lunch Tuesday on the terrace at Makoto at Bal Harbour Shops on Tuesday with her girlfriend and their young daughter. The tennis legend was also spotted Thursday having lunch at Bianca at the Delano. British indie rock band Bloc Party brought down Soho Studios Thursday night at the ABSOLUT X event where the band performed an hour-long set including their greatest hits. SCENE IN THE TROPICS Katsuya cocktail fit for a King Lesley Abravanel lank@aol.com ROSE NAVRATILOVA ROSS HOWARD JAMES STILLS “I’m not a mushy person at all.” —Carrie Underwood to Marie Claire ARTEFACTOHOME AVENTURA:17651BISCAYNEBLVD.305.931.9484 ARTEFACTODESIGNHOUSE CORALGABLES:4440PONCEDELEONBLVD.305.774.0004 BRAZIL25LOCATIONS|www.artefacto.com

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