South Florida was the celebrity hot spot of choice last weekend. Fireworks announced the arrival of Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell at a private poolside launch party for their Miami Vice movie at the Delano Hotel in South Beach on June 24. Meanwhile, Nicole Richie and DJ AM hosted the opening of Revolution, the Nightclub in Fort Lauderdale on the same night. As if those bashes weren't enough, Ryan Seacrest and Randy Jackson held their own VIP soiree at South Beach's Prive. Afterward, all the stars made their way to nearby Mansion, where the partying lasted until the wee hours (Farrell was spotted leaving at nearly 6 a.m.). But at least one celeb didn't get his fill: The next night Foxx hit Prive, where he stood on the bar for two hours and poured shots directly into the mouths of female partygoers.
SHE SHOOTS! SHE SCORES!
The happiest fan in the building when the San Antonio Spurs won the NBA title June 23? Quite possibly Eva Longoria, who attended five of the seven finals games and even flew with the team on their private jet. Of course, the Texas native was rooting for more than just her home team, as she proved after the win by hugging and kissing Spurs point guard Tony Parker. Though they refuse to confirm they're dating, a source says, "It's the worst kept secret in America. She's clearly smitten with him."
For everyone who has dreamed of seeing reality TV go to an early grave, you're in luck. Now filming in L.A. is a horror flick called The Scorned that features a slew of reality stars—including Survivor's Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca (on set, above) and The Bachelor's Bob Guiney—getting picked off one by one by a ghost. But you can't get rid of reality TV that easily: E! will air—what else?—a reality series about the making of the movie, beginning July 25.
Mark Dagostino and Chris Gardner